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Dinner near Paris-Charles de Gaulle?

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We want to have a good but unfussy dinner, when spending the night at CDG (Citizen M near Roissypole).

We arrive at Terminal 2 from Florence around 5:40 PM. It will take us a while to get to the Citizen M and get settled. Thought we could set out around 7 or so.

I don't really want to go all the way into Paris for the evening, nor do I particularly relish a meal in the airport or an airport hotel (unless you advise otherwise).

We could take a taxi a short distance but my decided preference is somewhere reachable by public transport -- so I know precisely how I will get home at the end of the evening.

Suggestions? Somewhere along the RER line, perhaps?

I'd like something authentic and preferably un-touristy -- probably traditional French cooking. It needn't be a challenging gastronomic occasion.

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