I have a (long) layover in Paris next Sunday and was hoping for some recommendations for lunch. I've been to Paris two years ago and been to the places below. My favorites of them were definitely Frenchie and Ze Kitchen Galerie. The biggest disappointment was probably L'Arpège, mainly due to the vegetarian nature of the menu. Was wondering if anyone can give some recommendations that are open on Sunday, based on our preferences. Looking for something French or something unique that we can't find in NYC or really, just something super delicious.
My boyfriend loves escargots so if a place has a particularly good ones, would love to know about it (but also not necessary because we can also stop L'Escargot Montorgueil before our flight so he can just got his escargot fix there).
Le Comptoir du Relais - enjoyed
L'Arpège - disappointed
Ze Kitchen Galerie - loved
Frenchie - loved
Pierre Gagnaire - loved
Clamato - enjoyed
Paul Chene - enjoyed
L'Ami Jean - ok
L'Escargot Montorgueil - fun
Breizh Café - enjoyed
L'As du Fallafel - enjoyed
Le Meurice (high tea) - enjoyed
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