Top positive review
Informative, helpful in planning our visit, and should be helpful while we're in Paris
on February 15, 2014
I read this book with great interest. We've visited Paris for one week 5 years ago, and the rest of France 5 times. This guide to less-expensive (not all what I'd call "cheap") gives personal reviews of each restaurant based on her own experience. Some are well known, but many are less known, neighborhood places. The book is arranged by neighborhoods, or arrondisements, which made my search much easier, and Kindle makes it easy to bookmark your choices.
The book usually gives a website for restaurants, a Google map for its location, telephone number, costs for a typical meal, whether they accept credit cards, and policy on reservations. The introduction on Do's and Don'ts of eating out in Paris is worth reading, even if you've visited France fairly often.
The last section of the book offers translations of menu words and phrases, but lacks a clickable alphabet key to help you look up words starting with "r", for instance, so a paper menu translater is more helpful.
If you're taking your Kindle along on your trip, and you care about eating good French food, you should buy this book.