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by Sandra Gustafson


Cheap Eats in Paris Paperback – April 1, 1998. by Sandra Gustafson (Author).

Cheap Eats in Paris Paperback – April 1, 1998. Or, cut expensive corners by seeking out fast food à la Française (le snack).

Sandra Gustafson's "Great Eats in Paris" unfortunately denotes a sad fact in its current title: it used to be known as "Cheap Eats in Paris. Published on August 31, 2008.

Sandra Gustafson is a tireless world traveler and the author of 11 guidebooks Sandra has done a yoeman's job on all of her "Paris Books".

Sandra Gustafson is a tireless world traveler and the author of 11 guidebooks. When home, she eats and sleeps in Southern California. Series: Cheap Eats and Sleeps. Paperback: 416 pages.

by. Gustafson, Sandra. San Francisco : Chronicle Books.

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My question to the author is why did you name your book Cheap Eats as it appears to be a trifle misleading?

However, one word of caution and as the author mentions in the introduction, the book is not a listing of the cheapest eats in Paris. Those are left to books where quality and value are sacrificed for saving a franc.

Author: Gustafson, Sandra Publisher: Chronicle Books. Condition: Very Good. The Paris guides are the best selling in the Great Eats/Sleeps series.

The very first time we went to Paris as a couple, we took along a book called Cheap Eats in Paris by Sandra Gustafson

The very first time we went to Paris as a couple, we took along a book called Cheap Eats in Paris by Sandra Gustafson. Posted on May 6, 2011 by Parisian Fields. The very first time we went to Paris as a couple, we took along a book called Cheap Eats in Paris by Sandra Gustafson.

Whether it’s cheap eats in Paris (or anywhere in the world for that matter), what traveller or student on a budget doesn’t know to look for street food? As a city with plenty of both students and travellers, Paris has some great street food options

Whether it’s cheap eats in Paris (or anywhere in the world for that matter), what traveller or student on a budget doesn’t know to look for street food? As a city with plenty of both students and travellers, Paris has some great street food options. Ground Control has a tasty array of some of the city’s coolest restaurants, setting up stalls in their outdoor space whilst the Marché des Enfants Rouges in the Marais has a great mix of cheap food including Moroccan tagine, burgers, sandwiches and Japanese noodles

Where can you join the locals for a simple, inexpensive and unforgettable bistro meal? Sandra Gustafson makes sure all kinds of travelers get the most for their money in this eighth edition of CHEAP EATS IN PARIS, updated and completely revised with plenty of exciting new finds. For each new edition, Gustafson visits every hotel, wine bar, cafe, and restaurant, and plies the ordinarily reserved Parisians for their secret hideaways. 9 maps.
Sharpbrew
Back in the late '90's & early 2000's this book was the best of its kind & rated 5 stars then. Our favorite restaurant of all time "A La Biche au Bois" & our 2nd favorite "Le Petit St. Benoit" were found here & both are still in business. But copyright 1998 (meaning the data was probably gathered in 1997) makes it oudated. What drives this home is that the menu prices are given in French francs.

Personal message to Sandra: We need you back in Paris updating your book!!!
Gorisar
I took this book with me on a week-long trip to Paris. Sure enough, the reviews were spot-on for the restaurants we tried, though be warned that much of the info is out of date. Several places no longer are in business, and others do not keep the hours listed in the book (such as the one where I really wanted to have lunch on our last day, only to find it closed). So phone ahead before trekking to some out of the way boite.
Mmsa
I wouldn't dream of going anywhere Sandra Gustafson writes about without reviewing the latest _Cheap Eats_ and _Cheap Sleeps_ guides (Paris, London, Italy). From London to Paris to Florence, she has sent me to more splendid meals and pleasant hotels than all the other guides put together. The books easily pay for themselves in pleasures gained and woes avoided, and she provides excellent practical advice for Americans on everything from booking a room to getting off at the right Metro stop for a restaurant. _Cheap Eats_ is the one guidebook I know I'm taking back to Paris!
Quendant
We have been living in Paris for the last 4 months and have tried to use this book with varied success. We have found may of the entries outdated. In fact the first two restaurants we tried to find no longer exist. Many of the "Eats" are by no means cheap (Paris is expensive anyway). There are lots of cheaper ways to eat well in Paris. We have had about the same luck trying places that look interesting.
Dammy
We bought this book in the hopes of finding good cheap restaurants in Paris. Not so. This book was completely useless. The phone numbers of many of the restaurants are inaccurate, and some of the restaurants do not even exist anymore. Each time we tried to use this book to find a place to eat, we came up empty handed. In fact, we found some wonderful places just by walking around. I certainly would not recommmed spending your money on this book.
Kizshura
I've taken this book with me on 2 trips to Paris, & enjoyed every recommendation that we followed from the book. (Actually had to buy the book twice since first copy was lost by a friend on their trip to Paris). It gives you a pretty good description of the environment/background of the restaurant, selects several good dishes worth trying, & lets you know if there's a prix fixe menu. It may be time for an update, but if you want to stay in a budget, you won't find a better guide for eating in Paris unless you have friends that live there.
Tantil
If you were to assume that this book would have some incorrect information since it was published this long ago you would still be disspointed. Not only are the prices still in francs but half of the resturants listed have moved, changed their prices drastically or simply no longer exist. This book might of been valuable when it was printed but no longer is. Don't waste your money.
Somewhat of an informative book, except for one significant flaw. All the eatery reviews were based on the franc instead of the euro!! Hard to get any type of cost concept when this currency has not been used since 2002.
Cheap Eats in Paris ebook
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Sandra Gustafson
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