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Valentines in Paris, without breaking the bank

natalienoods | Jan 22, 201509:40 AM     21

My boyfriend is traveling to Paris to visit me in February (I'm working here for a year) and I am hoping to find a good restaurant for Valentines Day. He has a culinary degree but has never been to Paris, so the most important aspect for us is amazing food. We aren't looking for a huge, 5-course, 250€ prix fixe. Ideally, I would like a recommendation for someplace quiet and unassuming, with French (or French-with-a-twist) food that will cost less than 120€ total, with a bottle of wine. We can be a little flexible on budget, but I really don't want to break the bank, although a memorable meal can be worth it. Even though I've been here for a while, I hardly ever eat out due to my budget (less than 10 times in 4 months), so my knowledge is extremely limited. We are willing to go anywhere in Paris to find something great. Would love to hear some recommendations! Thanks everyone.

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