Got any comments or ideas to share with us? Let us know!

Any suggestions for restaurants, (bistros?) in Paris? Ghent?

Posted 07/24/09 by mainline madelyn
Not yet rated
Views: 1067
Venues: Bakery
Categories: Breads
Sub Categories: Baguettes
Chocolate dessert
Flat Breads

We'll be in Ghent, Antwerpen and Paris in the near future.  Any recommendations for good, reasonably priced meals?  Any markets or shops we should not miss?  We're staying between the Pantheon and Luxenborg Gardens, 5th or 6th, I'm not sure.  Thanks so much, Madelyn

Bookmark and Share

Please log in to dish on this post.

Aug. 11, 2009 08:39 am
comment icon
mainline madelyn dishes...

Merci, do you where this is? Madelyn

Jul. 30, 2009 05:45 pm
comment icon
kyox dishes...

A friend of mine who lived in Paris for a couple years says that "Chartier is an old school do not miss. Parisians eat there not tourists."

Jul. 30, 2009 05:42 pm
comment icon
mainline madelyn dishes...

Thank you, Cheryl!!! I remember that you spent so much time in Paris....Thanks so much...I will report on them when we return....'Looking forward to catching up and chatting sometime....Great job with this website...Love it!!
Cheers, Madelyn

Jul. 30, 2009 02:42 pm
comment icon
StoryLady dishes...

That is one of my favorite neighborhoods in Paris. I was a student right next to the Luxembourg Gardens many years ago. On the Boulevard Montparnasse, the Select Latin and La Coupole which have been Parisian meeting places forver are still great if more expensive. The Closerie de Lilas is more expensive but very beautiful. Brasserie Balzar on Rue des Ecoles is not exactly what it once was but the potage and roast chicken are still great and they are the same waiters. The Petit Saint Benot is right by the Eglise Saint Germain de Pres and is an old-fashioned French bistro. Have fun!