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Looking for a top-rated French restaurant name? Since France is the cuisine capital of the world, you'll have no problem finding plenty of restaurant recommendations in your France travel guide, or you can ask friends and family who have been to France before what their favorite place to eat out was. Another sign of French restaurant excellence is the Michelin Star or Gault & Millau award found hanging inside the doorway.

Although eating out in Paris can be a bit expensive, you are guaranteed exemplary service. Keep in mind that Parisians eat their big meal between noon and 2:30 pm, after which time most restaurants close and don't open again until about 6 pm for dinner. For any popular French restaurant name, reservations are strongly recommended, especially during peak seasons. And if you dine in an expensive French eatery, you might want to consider ordering their "Menu Desgustation," which will save you having to have the menu translated and which will bring you seven small courses of the best food selections on the menu.

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If you're looking for a French restaurant name located on the Champs Elysees, the busiest and most popular tourist street in Paris, here are some recommendations:

  • Chez Catherine: Enjoy traditional French dishes made by one of the top female chefs in the country
  • La Place: A classy restaurant with an outdoor seating area so you can people watch as you eat
  • L'ane Rouge: Famous for the comedy shows you'll enjoy as you eat
  • Lasserre: You'll need to come dressed to kill - or dressed in French haute couture - to eat at this renowned upscale restaurant, where you'll dine under elegant chandeliers and drink wine from crystal glasses

For a very pleasant experience, you might want to eat in a French bistro. Most bistros feature live music playing during dinner and have a unique ambience.

Now if you're looking for a French restaurant name with reasonable prices, you won't be disappointed. There are plenty of affordable menus even in the heart of Paris, where you can still enjoy fine dining tables, great food, excellent service, and of course, superb wine. And speaking of wine, it's a good idea to get up to speed with some French wine vocabulary. Here is some common terminology to get you started:

  • Vin rouge - Red wine
  • Vin blanc - White wine
  • Vin sec - Dry wine
  • Vin doux - Sweet wine
  • AOC - A mark standing for Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée, which signifies that the wine has been grown in a certain region and meets certain standards

Finally, when your France vacation is over, it will be your turn to pass along and share with others your favorite French restaurant name!

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