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Paris---where to take a 13 yr. old girl for dinner???

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We have been to Paris many times and of course have our favorite restaurants but we just can't decide on a place a teenager would like. Can anyone help?

She is used to dining out a lot at home and does enjoy some fancy splurge places from time to time. She likes any seafood & steak but is not fond of sauces.

What comes to our mind is:
Le Train Bleu----for the gorgeous, famous room
Monparnasse Tower----for the view
But both of these are a bit for an older crowd.

We'd like to take our chances and go to an outside place near Notre Dame on the Left bank for the fun of it but we've been in the area often and know that the food isn't that good and on a Sat. night without a reservation we might be wandering around aimlessly. The advantage would be to walk around N.D. plaza and along the river after dinner with all the street entertainment and younger people around.

We also like a few on Ile St. Louis but again maybe too dull and for older folks, like us.

I like the cow place--L'ilot Vache, on ISL(again an older group)
MDH likes the chicken place--Atelier Maitre Albert, left bank(too modern NY looking)
The fish place---LeDome---Montparnasse area(great seafood but again an older crowd)
We do make up our own names as you can see.

Anyway, If anyone has a suggestion we'd be thankful for your thoughts.

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