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Restaurant Astier


44 rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, Paris
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Restaurant Astier is exactly the kind of restaurant that we imagine we’d frequent all the time if we lived in Paris. And we imagine that a lot. This French bistro serves excellent classic French cuisine, but the real star of the show is the all you can eat, massive cheese plate. Order the 39€ special menu, and that thing will eventually get dropped off at your table with a couple of knives. You eat what you want, and then do your best not to pass out. We recommend hitting Astier for lunch, and then taking a long, fromage-fueled walk down to Le Marais.

Chris Stang

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