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Dining in Paris with an elderly person -- moderately priced, quiet, no stairs?

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Dining in Paris with an elderly person -- moderately priced, quiet, no stairs?

visciole | Nov 3, 2009 07:56 AM

My husband and I will be going with his elderly father to Paris this spring. My father-in-law is lively and loves food, but he has a few limitations. He can't hear too well, so very loud restaurants are out. We know from experience in NYC we have to choose places carefully to accommodate this. Also, if the bathroom is down or up a long flight of stairs, that's a no-go. Finally, to make matters even more difficult, he likes to eat early! I expect no place begins to serve earlier than 7:00, but later than 7:30 is probably too late for him.

So, can you please recommend any moderately-priced (no more than 50 euros per person without wine) Parisian establishments with good to excellent food that fit these criteria?

We are open to making lunch the main meal of the day, but would like to have at least a few nice dinners out.

Thanks!

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