We're spending 3 days in Paris at the end of the month. We have a 7 month old daughter who we carry with us everywhere and she is very well behaved, never a screamer, but it makes it difficult to go into your average table table table tiny chair restaurant comfortably. In fact, we hate sitting to dinner in a place like that. Atmosphere is probably just slightly ahead of food quality for us-- someplace with low lighting, comfortable seating and funky atmosphere is enjoyable to us. That said, we don't want to spend more than 40-50 Euro per person (not including wine) for dinner.
We'll be staying in the Latin Quarter (St Andres-des-arts) but will be in the area of the Eiffel tower the first night and Montmartre the second night. I've seen a lot of recommendations as far as the Latin Quarter that sound like they might suit our preferences but I thought I'd inquire about some places that have a great atmosphere (not stuffy or sterile), quality of food (we still love great food and we can be very critical of bad food) and how child friendly (I know it might be different in France but in Ireland they often look at you like you are a plague if you have a child/baby out and about at night). Also, we don't speak much French (we're trying to learn, we really are) so someplace we won't feel totally lost is a plus, but we can give it a go if its worth it. I hope that is specific enough.