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EATING IN PARIS "@Oenosteria on rue Grégoire de Tours is my current favourite restaurant (00-33-1-77 15 94 13); it is simple, quaintly old-fashioned and gives pride of place to Italian produce, cooked by Italians. Be warned: they don't take bookings.
Close to my office and shops, @les_deserteurs (00-33-1-48 06 95 85) on rue Trousseau is a tiny, upscale and very popular bistro, serving light but truly gastronomic food; reservations are essential.
For classic French indulgences, #Giraudet, near #PlacedesVosges is the best place to go for quenelles, while @popeliniofficiel at 29 #rueDebelleyme is dedicated entirely to delicious cream puffs in an amazing range of flavours. You'll want to try them all.
Of the Parisian markets, #LeMarchédesEnfantsRouges, in the heart of #LeMarais, is famous for its artisan food. You can have an excellent lunch here or buy fabulous local and organic produce to take home." Véronique Piedeleu, arbiter of style and owner of @caravane_paris' top spots to eat drink and shop in Paris.