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Paris restaurants similar to Le Timbre

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Thanks to suggestions from posters on this board, we just came back from a great dinner at Le Timbre .

We still have two more nights in Paris and are wondering if there're any other hidden gems such as this one. We had a three course dinner and two glasses of wine each for €90. And it was really high-quality food, so well prepared!

I am not necessarily looking for other suggestions as low cost as this place, but we really do not want to spend more than €150 for dinner for two that includes one glass of wine each.

Thanks!

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