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momUSA May 8th, 2009 10:15 AM

Family-friendly restuarants in Marais (near Republique Metro)
 
The four of us (with 9-month ols baby) will stay in an apartment near the Republique Metro stop for a week. We plan to stay close to the apartment at night for dinners. Any advices on good, mid-priced to cheap restuarants around here? Definitely have to have Frence, but would love to get some Chinese, Japanese, Thai, ect also. Oh, anyone knows about good market around here?
Thanks

PatrickLondon May 8th, 2009 10:41 AM

There are quite a number of café/bistro/restaurants all around the place de la République, so you could do a bit of prospecting. One is a Léon de Bruxelles, which is a popular chain, but I haven't eaten there.

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel...lles-BR-1.html.

These are the restuarants just on the square:
http://tinyurl.com/pp3p5d

There will be a fair range in the surrounding streets, depending on where you are and how far away you're prepared to go.

The nearest street market is, I think, Marché des Enfants Rouges. There is a Monoprix supermarket on rue du Temple that stays open quite late, even on Sundays, I believe (or at least, someone once asked me directions to it in the belief that it did).

SemiMike May 8th, 2009 11:38 AM

If you walk a bit north along the Canal St. Martin, you will come to the Rue des Vinaigriers on your left (carful - not obvious: look for the short staircase down). You will see there one of our favorite casual, red-check-tablecloth (literally!) Paris restos, the Restaurant de Bourgogne.

momUSA May 10th, 2009 04:20 PM

Hi PatrickLondon,
Your http://tinyurl.com/pp3p5d didn't work. IT went to http://www.pagesjaunes.fr/trouverles...nnels/index.do instead. And it is in French. :(

shellio May 11th, 2009 05:49 PM

Within easy walking distance:

Au Fil des Saisons 6 rue des Fontaines du Temple 75003, phone: 01 42 74 16 60
Just down rue du Temple from Place de la Republique. Small, cozy, extensive chalkboard menu. 26E for two courses, 31E for three courses.

Madame Shawn Thai Cuisine: 34, rue Yves Toudic, 75010, phone: 01 42 08 05 07. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Fixed price lunch menus: from €12.50. A la carte: around €25*.

Le Verre Volé , 67 rue de Lancry, 75010, phone: 01 48 03 17 34 , M: Jacques-Bonsergent.
Open 10h30-Midnight. Closed Monday. Reservations recommended. Wine bar. Not a three-course kind of place, so have a drink, some starters, or several dishes to share.

Rue de Bretagne has several restaurants you may want to try, including Chez Omar, which many people like (I'm not among them though).


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