Early lunch in paris with a toddler
Seeking good advice for this very specific question!
We'll be in Paris for 4 hours in July, with a two-year-old in tow. Our train out leaves at 2, which doesn't leave much time for lunch and then a dash to Bercy. Does anyone have advice for an early lunch (thinking 11 am or so) in a place with foodie leanings that won't be horrified by a two-year-old (a well-behaved restaurant veteran).
We were checking out Breizh Cafe, but at an 11:30 opening we might be pushing it. Are there any places you'd recommend that open earlier or perhaps stay open through breakfast and lunch? Many thanks in advance!
re: John Talbott
OMG, I was gonna recommend Café Cartouche too!
Adorable place and they can do really good value express lunch... but tell them as soon as you enter (but after your smiling "bonjour, monsieur") that you have a train to catch... BTW, the key word is "pressé"/ in a hurry...From there it's just a 7- to 10-min walk to the Gare de Paris-Bercy... or you can cut it down to just 3 mins by catching the #24 bus on the rue Bercy just outside the Café Cartouche to the next stop... the kid rides free.