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Paris In March With Young Children

My husband & I will be spending a week in Paris this March, along with our 2 year old son and 7 year old daughter. We'll be renting an apartment in the Latin Quarter on Rue Rollin. Although we will most definitely be shopping at the markets and picnicing/cooking at home, we would still like to eat out for lunch and dinner occasionally. Our children are used to eating out and are usually well behaved. Any restaurant suggestions are welcome! Also any suggestions of a good place to get oysters in our area? Thanks!

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I believe the Zagat Guide has an on-line "Child Friendly" feature, with up-to-date listings of restaurants that welcome kids. I love a restaurant called Au Petit Suisse, and have seen families dining there with no hassle. As it's across the street from the Luxembourg Gardens, it might be an ideal stop for a spot of lunch after a morning in the park. The food is delicious, and there is plenty of non-demanding (i.e., kid-friendly) fare on the menu. The staff are delightfully nice.

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Just walking around there you will pass tons of restaurants and cafes, including many inexpensive ethnic restaaurants (also I am sure I remember carts serving croque monseur or crepes)

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We took our 18 month old and had no problems! Waiters even moved chairs around so we could slide our stroller to the table! I think they enjoy families.