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Anyone used the "eat.shop.paris" guidebook? [Moved from France board]

caraely | Feb 20, 200911:05 PM    

Will be going to Paris for the first time in April. Have traveled quite a lot (Germany, Australia, NZ, Russia, England, Mexico), just never made it to France. Will be traveling solo and am comfortable navigating a new city, but I want to make the most of the trip in terms of eating. :) I was in Barnes and Noble a few weeks ago and read through some of the "eat.shop.paris" guidebook. I really liked the writing and many of the restaurant recommendations sounded right up my alley. Just curious if anyone has used this guide and can speak to the value. I will do most of my research before the trip but I wouldn't mind having 1-2 guidebooks with me to refer to during my stay (8 nights). There just seems to be so much good food in Paris, I'd like to have a way to narrow down my choices and hopefully try a few spots that are off the beaten path.

Thanks in advance for your help!

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