Paris: here are the restaurants with the best “children’s menus” according to Le Fooding

In the interest of inclusion, the “Fooding” guide recently launched a “Kids” section to better include restaurant enthusiasts who keep themselves from going out because of their children. For the occasion he listed the best children’s menus in France and in particular in Paris.

Should you go to restaurants with kids? Huge question. Which parent hasn’t had their dinner ruined one day by their child who couldn’t sit still? Not to mention the sometimes reproachful looks from customers, or even staff, when the child in question disturbs the atmosphere. To put all the possibilities on your side, it is better to choose one establishment suitable for children, that is, where children under 10 are welcome, and where we find the sacrosanct children’s menu. Okay, the famous guide of Diet which recently created a children’s section, has listed restaurants that include the the best “children’s menu” In France. Among these, three are in the capital.

Three Parisian restaurants on the list

In the 18th arrondissement, we can count BOULOM., located in Orderer street. This cheerful restaurant offers an all-you-can-eat buffet €1.50 per birthday. There are salads, whelks, roast chicken and an ice cream machine for the children to enjoy.

Also in the 18th arrondissement, the institution The flow, located in the street of the same name, offers small-sized burgers, chips and croquettes for the little ones, who can then round off their meal with a chocolate cake or even a biscuit. Most? Coloring pages provided to keep them busy during mealtime.

South of Paris, in Bourg-la-Reine, the Crêperie de l’Ancienne Poste It also has a great children’s menu. They can choose two ingredients from white ham, grated cheese or egg side up in a pancake, before enjoying a sugar crepe or strawberry, vanilla or chocolate ice cream.

But Diet it is not limited to Île-de-France: Lille is also on its list Bloempot AND Bierbuikthe Lyonnais The kitchen, OR La Chassagnette in Arles. So do you like it?

Discover BookClub, Madmoizelle’s show that questions society through books, in the company of those who make them.

Source: Madmoizelle

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Top Trending

Related POSTS