Can we take our child to Le Jules Verne?
She will be three and a half at the time of travel and I would really like to dine here. Maybe lunch would be a better idea?
I am going to disagree on this one. As long as your child is well behaved and happy to color or do some other quiet activity through a long lunch you are fine. I have been to numerous formal restaurants in France and regularly see young children dining with there parents at lunch time.
I have been theer recently (for lunch) and would certainly not recomend it for a 3 1/2 year old child, however sweet and well behaved she is. I would instead suggest you get a baby-sitter to look after her and enjoy a lovely romantic evening with your other half. The cost of the baby-sitter will probably be less than the cost of your daughter's meal...
Based on your advice, we have decided that since I am the one that is into going to a nice non child friendly restaurant while we are in Paris that I will go on my own (either Jules Verne, Guy Savoy, or Joel Roubochon) :). Thanks to everyone for the reply.