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July 12, 2012

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Ron

We ate here a couple of time under the old regime, a couple who ran Auberge de Champs du Mars for almost 30 years. The 20 euro "English menu" was a good value for decent if not spectacular food.
Looking forward to checking out the new place. This small street has a couple of other very good small places that fly under the radar.

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