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Has anyone used, or would recommend GROUPONS for Paris food?

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Hi all. Will be in Paris for 1 week in May. There will be 5 of us. (ladies) I have come upon a French site that offers GROUPONS for dining and other such in Paris. (I get these offers a lot for my local city in the USA) (Only use them occasionally.)
These Paris Groupons seem to have offers of up to 1/2 off. Since food is so expensive in Paris, does anyone have experience using these offers? Of course, they are always pre-pay and have an expiration date. Is it crazy to have to travel to another arrondissement just
to get a GOOD DEAL?

One such offer is for restaurant Oscar in the 1st.

Is there a way of knowing if it is a DEAL or not?

Coupons and discount offers are used a lot in the USA. What about Paris?
I like to get a lot of bang for my buck.

Thanks a lot.

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