The sixth is the center of our Parisian universe.  Though we take up just a tiny sliver of its 0.8 square mile (about 300 square feet to be exact), we have spent a large chunk of our dining hours within its boundaries, everywhere from hole-in-the-wall joints to nicer sit-down restaurants to the well-frequented Monoprix supermarket for a meal back at home.  There remain many known and unknown gems to be sampled but we have no doubt that we will get through most of them, or fail trying.  After all, we love eating as much as we love living where we live.
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One Baguette
Snack Time
97, boulevard Saint-Germain
M° Odéon

Euro - 8 or less
At this English-named sandwich shop, one can pick up a quick meal of a good panini, a dessert, and a drink to bring to the nearby Jardin du Luxembourg for one of the best lunch experiences in the world.  It makes sense to come at lunch too when the prices are a few euros less than at dinner time, which should be reserved for a more serious meal.  Riot, when he’s in a sandwich mood, prefers the specialty panini like panini poulet (4€ at lunch) toasted up for the road.  Nez does not understand Riot’s penchant for Snack Time as she absolutely cannot stand it; she has never had anything here that she likes.  Such is life, but at least they agree on most eating decisions.
  On the steps of the Théâtre de l'Odéon:  The panini poulet (4€) with a quiet view of the sixième at lunch time.

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