Restaurants in 7th

Old Mar 13th, 2008, 06:56 PM
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Old May 11th, 2008, 02:19 PM
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This post is from last year but there are many wonderful restaurant recs so I am saving it for my trip to Paris this summer! We are staying at the Relais Bosquet in the 7th. I was wondering if anyone knew if any of the places mentioned were particularly family friendly?
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Old May 11th, 2008, 04:41 PM
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Great list. It will be a big help when my family and I stay in the 7th in November.
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Old May 12th, 2008, 03:07 PM
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Michael in Paris gave the following recommendation above:

Le Bistrot du 7eme, 56 blvd latour Maubourg, just up from Metro stop

We found it to be very family friendly and prices reasonable.
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Old May 13th, 2008, 05:32 AM
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Thank you Ronda. We are traveling with a large group and there are four children ages 6 to 15 with us. I am a little concerned about dinners. We want to enjoy the food but we also want to feel comfortable with the kids and find something on the menu that they could enjoy.
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bookmarking for next year
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LeiLei, we also let our two teenaged girls go out for chinese by themselves on Rue Cler while we went out for a nice dinner they would not have enjoyed! They felt so grown up.
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Well opps, should have been addresssed to LuvLexie.
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Old May 26th, 2008, 02:37 PM
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We are looking forward to eating in some of the recommended restaurants next week.... Please share with us what your favorite dishes are in these places....

Merci again....
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I second Margaretlb's recommendation of Restaurant de la Tour. After two trips to Paris it is still my absolute favorite in ambiance and food quality.
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Just nine more sleeps and we are off to Paris, very excited. I have made a list from these suggestions, great list. We are in 1st for three days, then off to Provence, and back to 6th for two days. I have two reservations, L'Ami Jean and Wilie's Bar for first three days. On the evening we do not have a restaurant reservation we are doing the Segway Night Tour, we are to be at Eiffel Tower at 6:00 on that Friday evening so suggestions for nice late lunch in 1st Arr I would appreciate. The time may be a problem, are most of these places open for lunch. An option could be walking to another area and catching taxi to Eiffel for the tour. Thanks
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One of my favorite restaurants in the 7th is Cafe Roussillon, on the corner of Rue Cler and Rue de Grenelle. Whenever I am in Paris, I go there for the best, inexpensive steak in Paris: $38 Euros for a 1 kilo Entrecote. Absolutely fabulous!!

Additionally, they have great wines especially some from the SW of France for about 10 Euros a bottle.
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We got back Monday from our week in the 7th.... First of all - MERCI to the many folks who provide so much helpful info in this forum...

We had wonderful meals at
** Auberge Bressane - Tagliatelle with Morell sauce, Dover Sole and Chocolate Souffle and a bottle of Pouilly Fuisse...

** Le Florimond - Lobster ravioli, Duck Confit, Tartlette Cerises... nice bottle of St Joseph (Syrah)... The nicest people we ran in to in Paris - Laurent and Maggalie (sp?)

** Micouleau - Lovely place at the back of a shop selling "produits du sud-ouest" 86 rue St Dominique ...Had Duck ala Orange and a bottle of Rose from the south...

** Le Bistrot du 7eme - Scallop terrine, Confit (yes, again) and creme brule... bottle of St Emilion.

** La Source - Omelets and Croque Madames and cokes and so on --went there several days as it was on the same block as our hotel (Hotel La Tour Maubourg on Rue Grenel)

****

We also ate at Bistrot L&M --- Didn't really think it was very good... I had beef taglitelle and the lady had fish... very average..

Ate at Cafe Roussilon - Had pasta with Chicken -- very diasppointing -- the tomato sauce tasted like it was from a jar.. chicken was less than great.... would drink at this place but never eat again.

Again -- Thank you to all for the info... it helped so much with our planning and enjoyment of the trip..

Having had a great time in Paris, we are nonetheless very happy to be home in New York.
Cheers !!!
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