Bistro, French restaurants in Paris
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You wouldn’t cross Paris to eat at Sans Culottes – the place takes its name from the working-class ‘men without breeches’ who fought in the French Revolution – but in a neighbourhood that has become somewhat trendy in recent years it’s a comforting reminder of the past. The interior, with frosted glass, huge zinc bar, ornate ceilings and wooden floors, positively glows in the evening. The range of food is uneven, though relatively low-priced; service is friendly and attentive. The set menus include wine.