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steverap | Sep 7, 201807:02 AM     19

My wife and I visit Paris once or twice a year and over the years we've had memorable meals (and some not so memorable) at dozens of restaurants of all sorts (from Dominique Bouchet and Citrus Etoile to the AAAAA sausage at Le Petit Marcel). We'll be in Paris for three days in early November and I am looking for dining suggestions. We'll probably have lunch at Cinq Mars and Au Bascou, both favorites, and dinner one evening at Chez La Vieille (we're huge fans of Rose's restaurants on both sides of the pond). For the other two evenings I'm thinking maybe Tomy & Co., or perhaps La Poule au Pot, Chez Monsieur, Le Bon Georges, Zebulon, or Mumi. Comments about the latter or other suggestions would be greatly appreciated. (I should note that we are staying in the 8th, not far from L'eglise de la Madeleine, and we prefer to walk to restaurants, so something within half an hour of there would be best). Thanks!

Dominique Bouchet
Restaurant CINQ-MARS
Au Bascou
Chez la Vieille
Tomy & co
Chez Monsieur
LE BON GEORGES
Zebulon
Mumi
Le Petit Marcel
La Poule au Pot
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