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restaurant recommendations near crazy horse

By Traveller November 17, 2017
Paris

restaurant recommendations near crazy horse

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By Agnes Traveller November 17, 2017

my name is Agnes and I will be visiting Paris in November. I was wondering if you would be so kind to suggest a restaurant near a Crazy Horse12 Avenue George V, 75008 Paris,) (? We are going to see a show there but don't have a restaurant reservation.
Thank you very much

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A creperie anywhere
Local November 30, 2017
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After I drank the complimentary champagne I indulged in one of the little creperies on my way along to the Eiffel tour.
Local November 30, 2017
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Here are a few--they are mostly pricey:
Cesar restaurant  
4.0 rating/182 reviews
Italian Restaurant
Address: 12 Avenue de Wagram, 75008 Paris, France
Hours: · 11:30AM–3PM, 6:30PM–12AM
Phone: +33 1 42 27 69 82
Reservations: michelin.fr, lafourchette.com
Order: alloresto.fr

Marius et Janette , 4.0 rating/49 reviews
Seafood Restaurant
Address: 4 Avenue George V, 75008 Paris, France
Hours: Open 12–2:30PM, 7–11PM
Phone: +33 1 47 23 41 88
Reservations: michelin.fr, lafourchette.com

Le George 4.8 rating/21 reviews
Mediterranean Restaurant
Address: 31 Avenue George V, 75008 Paris, France
Hours: 12:30–2PM, 7:30–10PM
Phone: +33 1 49 52 72 09

La Scène Restaurant  
4.7 rating/24 reviews
$$$$ · Fine Dining Restaurant
Address: 33 Avenue George V, 75008 Paris, France
Hours: 12:30–2PM, 7:30–10PM
Phone: +33 1 53 23 78 50
Reservations: michelin.fr

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Cheers,
Gretchen


Local November 17, 2017
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Thank you very much.
Agnes
Agnes Traveller November 18, 2017
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It depends on your price range. This area is pricey and very posh.

Rue Marbeuf has a very wide range of restaurants. Vapiano makes very good (handmade) pasta and pizza (i'm half italian, so i'm not saying that lightly). Same goes for Maitre Pierre but it's pricier and classier (and you'll probably see some french celebrities) but it's good.
The Indian gourmet restaurant (Santoor) is very good.
The sushi place (matsuri) has the funny revolving counter thingy.
L'Estel is a french bistrot, rue Clément Marot, and probably the cheapest place to eat all around. Simple but tasty. And frenchy. ;)
Local November 17, 2017
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