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teens coming to paris this time

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Sixth time for DH and me but first time with kids this June. DH and I have eaten at L Astrance, Paul Bert, Fables de la Fontaine (meh), Le Troquet, Spring, Chez Eux, Ami Jean, Le Comptoir, Afaria, chez Denise etc on prior trips. Now we are taking the kids and trying to find some easier dining spots for them. DD will be 14 and DS 12. He eats for energy and doesn't want to spend too long eating.

DD will eat oysters and both will eat mussels (thinking mussels for lunch one day). Will eat escrgot.

Those of you who know me know I spend about a year reseraching where to eat but now that kids are coming, I am a bit thrown. We are renting an apt in 6th so a few places nearby might be a good idea too since they might be tired.

Some places I am considering are Le Saotico, Les Papilles, Circontances, L Epigramme and Dan les landes. Also Chez Denise if quality and friendliness is still there.

Any comments or further suggestions much appreciated. Will do one or two spots with pre fix but want some variation. We also head to Dordogne and Provence after this so not too many duck confit suggestions please!!

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