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Steak Tartare in Paris on Sunday Afternoon

KRB99 | May 19, 201209:24 AM

In a different post, I inquired about restaurants that would be appropriate places to take a six- and nine-year-old. I'm wondering now what we might do on the day of our arrival. We arrive in Paris before 8:00 a.m., and we will then go to the apartment where we will be staying in the 15th near the Bir Hakeim Metro station. Then most or all of us will no doubt nap. I think we won't be ready for lunch by normal restaurant hours, and I'm guessing that we (especially the kids) will be too tired to stay up to start a leisurely meal at 7:00 p.m. or later. So, what I'm wondering is whether there are places that we could go on Sunday afternoon to get real food but not necessarily a heavy meal. I mention steak tartare in the title, because that's the sort of thing I like to eat when I've been traveling (also, sushi, but I don't want to come all the way to Paris and eat sushi). It really wouldn't have to serve steak tartare, but that is what I am currently fantasizing about. I did notice that the Breizh Cafe serves throughout the afternoon (not that it serves steak tartare), but I'm wondering if other places do, as well. Also, if we were to go to the Breizh Cafe in the middle of the afternoon, would we need reservations (there are six of us)?

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