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My wife and I will be in Paris for eight nights starting the first week of December. I have been following reports here closely and at the moment have narrowed my list to the following (excluding an occasional casual lunch):
Bistro Paul Bert or 6 Paul Bert
L'Amis Jean (we know it's clientele is mostly U.S. tourists, but recent reports from friends have been good)
Tomy & Co
Ze Kitchen Galerie
La Bourse et la Vie
We obviously need to do some pruning, but we want to be left with a combination of modern and traditional restaurants and generally places that do not require us to get out of our jeans. My sense is that La Condesa, Yam'Tcha and l'Arcane are "musts." But all advice would be most welcome, including what we may be missing.
Additionally, please give me your thoughts on how far in advance I will need to make reservations.
121 Rue Saint-Honoré
18 Rue Paul Bert
6 Rue Paul Bert
27 Rue Malar
46 Avenue de la Bourdonnais
11 Rue Richard Lenoir
4 Rue Beethoven
22 Rue Surcouf
4 Rue des Grands Augustins
12 Rue Vivienne
10 Rue Alexandre Dumas
17 Rue Rodier
54 Rue Paul Bert
Sainte-Maxime, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
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