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Breakfast in America 17 Rue des Écoles - a great little American Diner near the Jardin des Plantes. Very cramped but very friendly and great food.
Tribeca on Rue Cler 7thArr - we had a lovely meal here on our last night. Brilliant food, great wine and family friendly. Rue Cler is a gorgeous market street full of fromageries, boulangeries and wine, plus a choclatier that smelt so good I was sad to leave the shop.
Pain et Chocolat 7thArr - a gorgeous little cafe that served up a delicious petit dejeuner that brightened up a rainy morning.
Boulangerie Lapelosa 16 Avenue Rapp 7thArr - sorry if you aren't anywhere near the 7th on your stay, although if you are going to the Eiffel Tower it's worth the 5 minute detour to pick up their brioche au chocolat or almond croissant.
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I also have to give props to the baguettes we bought in the louvre, they were pretty damn good for what I expected of museum food. We loved Saint Germain, the shops there were brilliant and it was lovely to walk around. Mini supermarkets are very common so we picked up a lot of Matilda-friendly things along the way. She actually didn't eat very well in restaurants and pretty much lived on blueberries, bananas and French baby biscuits for 5 days. She didn't much care for Parisian tap water either so we just filled her sippy cup with bottled water. We sterilised her bottles by filling them with boiling water and sitting the teat upside down in the top filled with abit more boiling water. We left them for ten minutes to make sure they were well sterilised.
Thank you for sticking with me through this long post, I've tried to condense it as much as possible but I didn't want to miss out too much. Have you been to Paris? Any tips for anyone else making a trips avec or sans bebe? Have a great weekend and I'll be back next week with some seriously good breakfast fodder.