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Suggestions for memorable dining experiences for boys in Paris

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We will be spending a week in Paris later this month with our son and his family which includes boys that are 12, 10 & 10. For dining I would like to find places to eat that will create memories they will remember and believe me it would not be great sauces or lovely presentation but something that is cool or rad or whatever the current term for "wow" is right now ;;)

The Fodor's Kids in Paris mentions Dragons Elysees with an aquarium in the floor. Since it doesn't get rave reviews on TripAdvisor I'm still willing to eat just OK Asian cuisine to give the boys an experience I'm guessing would be memorable. I thought possibly a restaurant that serves raclette and fodue but I'm a little concerned about hot oil and 3 pairs of young arms trying to cook at the same table ;;).

Are there any places you would recommend in Paris which might make a lasting impression on our grandsons? Thank you for any suggestions, Deborah

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