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Paris restaurantes - recos PLEASE!!

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I have 5 nights in Paris, and am looking for some feedback and/or restaurant recommendations. We are staying in St. Germain des Pres, but are willing to explore outside that neighbourhood (although for the first night I think we should stick close by because of jet lag). I should also add that we are pretty open to trying new things. I am happy to go for 1 or 2 "nicer" dinners, but enjoy more ambience than sitting in a stuffy restaurant.

I have made the following reservations, but welcome your thoughts as they can all be changed!

Alcazar - rue Mazarine (6e)

Reed (based on recommendations I have read on this site)

Le Christine

Market

Le Cinq (although am now re-thinking because I have heard the prices are astomonomical, as opposed to just "expensive")

I have also been trying to contact Au Bon Accueil, but their email address keeps bouncing back.

Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

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