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A quiet, reasonably-priced restaurant for our first evening in Paris?

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I'm looking for restaurant recommendations for our first evening in Paris. We will be arriving in the morning (9:30) and will probably go to a grocer to pick up a light lunch of odds and ends. Then we'll do some sight-seeing for the rest of the day.

Anyway, we expect to be pretty much annihilated by dinner time, and I'd really like to be prepared with somewhere quiet and easy to eat.

Our criteria:

-not too expensive; although for this first dinner, we're ok with treating ourselves and having a bit of a splurge, we are on a fairly tight budget (as you might have deduced from the above reference to a hostel :)).

-vegetarian or vegetarian friendly; this is very important, two out of three of us will be vegetarians! Even if the menu is mostly meat-based, if they have some veggie options or are flexible with their dishes, we're fine with that!

-delicious food.

-a quiet and comfortable atmosphere; friendly and helpful staff would also be really awesome!

-our hostel is in the 9th arrondissement, in the 'Opéra Area' so in that general vicinity would be nice, but location is by no means a deal breaker; we just don't want to have to find our way back from TOO far away when we're all stupid and jet-lagged :)


Any suggestions, or am I asking a bit too much? I feel like I'm asking a lot...

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