Eating and Drinking in Paris: A Menu Reader and Restaurant Guide

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Nothing can make a trip to Paris more enjoyable and rewarding than a great dining experience. This guide not only helps you find your way around a menu written in French, but also will help you find great places to eat in Paris, the gastronomic capital of the world.
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Overview

Nothing can make a trip to Paris more enjoyable and rewarding than a great dining experience. This guide not only helps you find your way around a menu written in French, but also will help you find great places to eat in Paris, the gastronomic capital of the world.
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Table of Contents

1. Introduction 6
Our Mission 7
About Eating and Drinking in Paris 8
The Menu 8
Asking for Your Bill 9
Tipping 9
Mealtimes 10
Reservations 10
Water 10
What to Do When Nothing Seems to Be Open 10
2. Types of Eating Establishments 11
Type of eating establishments in Paris
3. A Few Notes About Using This Guide 13
4. Tips for Budget Dining in Paris 13
5. Food Markets and Other Places to Find Food 15
6. Ten Simple Rules for Dining in Paris 17
7. Places to Eat 19
Everything from bistros to wine bars
8. Places to Drink 39
9. Food and Wine Shops 40
10. French Pronunciation Guide 46
11. English-to-French Words and Phrases 47
Familiar French foods, and food-related words and phrases
12. The Menu Reader: French-to-English Translations 52
Translation of over 2500 words and phrases in an annotated, easy-to-use format
13. Places to Eat and Drink by Arrondissement 122
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 14, 2001

    The best food guide to Paris (and under $10)

    This book lists restaurants in Paris that you don't find in other books (and don't make you spend an arm and a leg to have a great meal). I especially liked the list of food and wine stores, wine bars and the food markets. The reason to buy this pocket guide is the incredible menu reader. Almost every food and drink (even really weird stuff you want to avoid) was listed in the menu reader. If you love to eat, don't go to Paris without this book. You get a lot of information for less than $10. We tried Paul Bert (a tiny bistro) and had a unique (and memorable) experience. This kind of bistro wasn't in any other guide.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 7, 2001

    A handy, pocket-sized restaurant guide and menu reader.

    Nothing can make a trip to Paris more enjoyable and rewarding than a great dining experience. This guide not only helps you find your way around a menu written in French, but will help you find great places to eat in Paris, the gastronomic capital of the world. Even if you speak French fluently, there are always strange and unusual items on a menu. With this guide tucked inconspicuously in your pocket, you'll know where to dine in Paris and boldly go where you may have feared to enter. This guide was created for the traveler who wants to experience and enjoy authentic Paris dining.

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