Paris is known for its great food and bustling café life and not, unfortunately, for its kid-friendly restaurants. Children are expected to sit at the table and enjoy their food like little adults. The tearoom/restaurant at the Bonpoint flagship store is an exception to this rule. It is a great restaurant that happens to accommodate kids and their parents. It is a wonderfully stylish place, the food is fantastic with Italian influences, and the environment beautiful. But, at the same time, they have highchairs and books etc. to entertain the kids (truly a rare thing in Paris!). The stunning terrace at the back of the shop is in a shady courtyard surrounded by century-old chestnut trees. Kids can get up and play and their parents can enjoy their food and drink! The shop itself is certainly worth visiting while you’re in town. They put on quite a ‘show’ with their stunning displays in eight different rooms (more than 1,000 square meters). They also have a life-size tree house where your little ones can keep themselves entertained and little tables for your kids to draw. Not much to complain about this setup … Emilie writes for Babyccino from Paris.
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