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Paris backpackers/student alert: 21 € for 3 courses without liquids

John Talbott | May 26, 201910:21 AM     19

For years I've thought that we needed a thread devoted to "cheap eats, backpacker, student, etc. dining opportunities" that features food better than one can grab off food trucks, kebab spits and pizza joints in Paris and to start I've got a very honorable one located outside the snail's center and bursting with real Parisians, except for 2 Uzbekistanies and 3 Yankees to recommend.

Like Captain Renauld in Casablanca I hope this is "The Beginning of a Beautiful" thread.

The Brasserie Bellanger by Victor et Charly in the 10th: 1 for deviled eggs? Wow, who can ask for more?

Pre: So I read about these guys, Victor and Charly, I assume they are guys, but in California, every customer is a guy. Anyway. they were opening a...

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