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Parisian restaurant good for children

Suzyby | Dec 16, 201410:16 PM     13

We are visiting Paris in January and wish to thank the family who have been hosting our daughter on French Exchange in Versailles.They have been wonderful with Amelia and I would really like to return their kindness in part as best I can.

Our family is one of 4 persons - my husband David and myself, our daughter (16) and son l (14). We are all mad foodies who eat out all the time. The host family are 7 - 5 children - aged 14, 12, 10 and 7 years old. Altogether we are a party of 11.

We are staying near St Sulpice and would prefer to go somewhere there…but happy to travel to the perfect place also. I am essentially looking for a quintessentially French bistro with great food - perhaps with a twist but nothing too tricky. Budget wise it would be good to keep it to 80 euros pp or thereabouts. Do the French do children’s menus? Happy to spend less if I can!

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