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The Pips, rue de la Montagne Sainte Geneviève
Le petit cafe, rue Descartes 6
L’Etoile du Berger, rue de la montagne Sainte Genevieve 42
If you go to the Pantheon to see the most famous Parisian dead, from there you can go down to the Latin Quarter. On the right you will go to stop the rue Mouffetard, equally crowded with tourists and restaurants. On the left will lower down the rue de la Montagne, also full of restaurants, just turistoides but maybe a little less and eat better reputation for good. If you’re hungry the best is The Pips, right on the little square that intersects with the rue discards. French home restaurant with good atmosphere. If you fancy a fondue further down, you have L’Etoile du Berger.
If you simply want to take a break and have a coffee in the corner opposite The Pips have Le Petit Café, with covered terrace for smoking and cocktail happy hour from 17.30 to 19.30h. Not the cutest coffee Paris but at least here you will hear French in more than one table.
And if you’re after something sweet, walk a little further and you will come to rue Monge. On the right at number 14 have the famous Kayser boulangerie! The croissant is the best around Paris and the Viennese chocolate, chocolate chip bread (1.3 €), is to take the suitcase full home …
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