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Au Petit Sud Ouest Restaurants - Paris

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My wife and I will be spending a night at CDG prior to flying home to California on a Saturday in late October and are thinking about taking the RER into Paris for dinner the Friday evening before. We've done more than our share of killer meals in Paris and other places in the world and not looking for the meal of a lifetime. What we are looking for is a comfortable, friendly restaurant with an appealing menu. What attracted me to the two Au Petit Sud Ouest restaurants in Paris were the glowing reviews at Trip Advisor as both my wife and I love duck (duck breast for her, confit and foie gras de canard for me).

The website for the restaurants shows one near the Opera and the other, presumably the original, near the Tour Eiffel. Can anyone here validate, from personal experience, that they are as great as the reviewers at Trip Advisor says they are? Do you have a preference as to which location is better and why? We're quite willing to taxi to either from the RER but which station in Paris should we use? And, finally, although I doubt it would be an issue, I'll be traveling without jacket and tie and want to be sure I wouldn't be putting them or me in an uncomfortable position when I arrive without same.

If the consensus here is that we could do better, I've done a search and found the thread from frogoutofwater with all of its good suggestions. Anything else?

Thanks in advance for the excellent help which characterizes this board.

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