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Paris: Do these places still exist? Any good?

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Paris: Do these places still exist? Any good?

bernalgirl | Oct 18, 2005 02:05 PM

First, I'm a regular on the San Francisco board and I've been researching an upcoming trip for the last few weeks. What a fantastic! board. I now have 30+ pages of notes and more than half of that is chow-related.

So, trying to update notes from a previous trip (2002), and I can't find these places using cityvox or pages jaunes. Does anyone know if they still exist, and still represent a good value? Many of these I've never been to.

-Le Petit Picard (42, r Ste Croix de la Bretonnierie, 4th)

-Bistrot le Temps des Cerises (31, Rue de la Cerisaie, 75004)

-Chantairelle (17, rue Laplace, near the Inst du Monde Arabe)

-Le Petit Navire (14 rue Fossés Saint-Bernard, 75005, not the one at 85, Rue Julien Lacroix
75020) Supposed to have a good value menu featuring fish and seafood

-Petit Keller (13 rue Keller, beyond the Bastille Metro station)

-La Ferme Saint-Hubert (21 rue Vignon, 8e Arrondissement) I've been craving the croquette de camembert salad since I left...

Also, to clarify, which is the place loved so well by people here?
-Fables de Fontaine at 131 rue Saint-Dominique,
-Table de la Fontaine at 5, Rue Henri-Monnier, or
-Les Tables de la Fontaine at 33, Rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud

Thanks so much! I'll be sure to report back upon our return.

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