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Family-friendly restuarants in Marais (near Republique Metro)

Old May 8th, 2009, 10:15 AM
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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?
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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).
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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.
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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.
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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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