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Neighborhood Bistros in Paris

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Hello all. I will be visiting Paris in October and was hoping I could get suggestions for small, local restaurants. I know that this is almost an impossible request because there are so many places to choose from. On my past visits to Paris I didn't give much thought to eating and just ended up eating at or near the tourist sites.

But if you've been to a great little place and you're willing to share that would be great. I'm not looking for gourmet, or foodie, type places...just a place to get a moderately priced meal that is off the tourist track, and is uniquely French.

I am staying in the Saint Germain area, but I can venture to any part of Paris.

Thanks for any tips.

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