Paris dining through the crisis
May 02, 2009
The French are known for their fine food and fine wine. But, even in Paris, the capital of cuisine, consumers are tightening their belts. As the economic crisis bites, they are eating out less.
Now one restaurant is fighting back - with an "anti-crisis" menu. Every Tuesday - the restaurant's quietest day - customers can eat a two-course lunch for €5 (about S$10). That's around half the normal price. And the restaurant's owner says the special offer's working
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