On a beautiful winter sunny day in Paris, staying overnight at the Marriott Paris CDG Airport Hotel overnight, I never imagined (and frankly I never asked the front desk before now) if there were any nearby, walkable restaurants. There are! On a quaint, typically French small village street, there are several decent restaurants including Le Village. I got there at Noon, and good that I did. By 1 pm, this place was absolutely jammed with locals for lunch!
Special lunch of the day was Veal Stew with a white wine reduction, accompanied by white rice and a small salad (15 Euros). The veal stew was tender and delicious -- and a very sizable portion. The white rice was slightly undercooked (according to US standards) and the side salad was fresh and accompanied by a tasty balsamic vinaigrette. Add in three slices of today's fresh baguette and you've got a winner combination. Add in a Vittel bottled natural water (3 Euros) and an Espresso (2 Euros), and overall, I had more than enough for a delightful hefty lunch for the US equivalent of $27 (including tax and tip).
From a value perspective, I wouldn't typically spend that much on lunch but this is France after all. The ambiance is nothing to write home about (small dining area and even smaller bar area) so I was very happy to be seated without delay at Noon. By 1 pm it was a decent line to get a table.
Glad to know there are good French restaurants within 5 minutes walk of many Paris Airport hotels.
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