I'll be in Paris next week with my daughter (10 years). We are all about food. She is a big gourmet and loves the fancy stuff like oysters and foie gras and bone marrow etc. Don't need a kids menu, don't need to eat early, she can definitely hang. We're staying in the 6th and prefer to eat at restaurants within walking distance (I know, I know.... but there are enough great places in the 6th to keep us happy).
Please weigh in on the list I've (sort of) narrowed down:
First night (Sunday): Entrecôte in St. Germain (this is a family tradition)
Monday: Not sure - was thinking of Closerie or Coupole or Lipp or Balzar - one of the classic big brasseries. Somewhere with a great seafood platter would be great.
Tuesday: Chez Fernard on rue Guisarde (another personal fave)
Thursday: Dessance (dessert-only restaurant in the Marais; chose this because she and I are both sugar fiends and love fancy schmancy desserts). This is the only non-6th place I've booked... But is it just a gimmick?
Friday: we're taking a cooking class for most of the day so thought that a casual creperie would be good - Little Breizh or Creperie des Canettes?
Saturday: I have my heart set on Le Comptoir and we are ready to brave the lines. Is this crazy/not worth it? If worth it, what time should be line up? We leave earlyish on Sunday morning so an early dinner is probably in the offing no matter what, just wondering if anyone has good advice on what time is best to get there on a Sat night.
Thank you chow hounders!