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July 29, 2011

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Kiki

Richard; with reviews like this, I tend to be seriously annoyed NOT to live in Paris intramuros....
I must be the biggest all-time fan of LE REMINET (where we eat Sunday lunch from time to time and love it every time!!!) but this calls for an extra trip to 'town'.... Great post - thank you

Chezbonnefemme

Love this, and your photos of the snug dining room. I always enjoy the cozy (some would say "cramped") spaces of such bistros. They invite intimacy--you simply have to be close to the person you're dining with.

P.S.: Have you ever tried Le Square Trousseau? It's one of my favorites. I bet they have an under-20 menu for lunch....

Kiki

@ Chezbonnefemme; I would LOVE to go that tiny resto.... sadly it's not open on Sundays, a fact that I regretted many times - but I am only in the area on Sundays and therefore had to pass. Good to know that it IS what I thought; shall make an effort to go there when in the area during a weekday!

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