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Posted: Wed Feb 29 2012
A beautifully appointed restaurant on a buzzing corner of Paris’ Rue des Halles, Le Beho is a favourite with the city’s most fashionable. Decked out in clean shades of white, Le Beho’s interior is utterly contemporary yet cosy too, inviting guests to settle in with a cocktail before moving on to the menu of simple international dishes. On sunny days Le Beho offers a good number of pavement tables where one can really enjoy that typically Parisian pastime of watching the world go by while sipping a coffee and lingering over lunch. The big surprise comes with the bill – Le Beho’s menu is incredibly affordable for such high quality food in such sleek surroundings in the centre of the city.