My wife and I will be in Paris for a week in March with two of our children aged 17 and 12. I have booked most of our meals, informed by a close reading of this board as well by as our previous trips to Paris. For context, we will be going to Le Severo and Au Bouef Couronne with the kids to appease their carnivorous appetites and to Spring by ourselves. I have two questions for the board:
(1) For our other evening dining without the kids, should we go to Saturne or Le Galopin? The latter has the advantage of being 5 minutes from our hotel by the Canal St Martin, but the food at the former sounds as if it may be more interesting.
(2) We arrive in Paris on Sunday night. Verre Volé is perfecly situated for us and sounds like lots of fun, but I'm concerned that they might not have anything that appeals to our relatively unadventurous children. They would be happy with grilled meats, poultry or fish, but will not tolerate organ
meats. Do you think Verre Volé would work for us or should we retreat to Café des Musées where we had a pretty good meal a few years ago? How about Breizh Café? Any other ideas in the general vicinity that would be stimulating and delicious for our first night?