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Enjoying a brunch with friends, family or even on your own means savouring a moment of quality time during which life becomes slower and hopefully the food feels even tastier.Enjoy!
un peu, beaucoup, un peut trop même…
One of the best spots in Paris for a Sunday brunch, in an incredibly beautiful space with a cute yet small patio.The staff is very friendly. With its versatile design Beaucoup is a great choise not only for your brunch but for any other occasion.
Holybelly’s concept is simple. Good food, good coffee and good service in a retro do it yourself decor like homemade plank table, rough exposed brick wall, white patio lights, vintage school chairs ! The team takes pride in the food and the coffee they serve given that all products are homemade. The homemade granola, organic juices and pancakes are to die for: definitely the best choice for a scrumptious breakfast on a lazy Sunday!
One of the best breakfasts but also brunches in town can be enjoyed in Claus created Claus Estermann, who once worked for Givency and YSL, with the idea of bringing in Paris the art of breakfast . You will also find everything you need to take back home for a great breakfast: jam, müesli, coffee, tea and delicious pastries! The storefront is beautiful and the decor including the logo are simple yet thought to the last detail.
Le pain quotidien
Alain Coumont learned about bread as a small child, standing on a chair every Sunday watching his grandmother bake bread. As a young chef in Brussels, Alain could not find the right bread for his restaurant.
Passionate about quality, he returned to his roots and opened a small bakery where he could knead flour, salt and water into the rustic loaves of his childhood. He called his bakery Le Pain Quotidien.
Friends and strangers alike come together around our communal table to break bread and linger for a while.
Le Royal Monceau
Photos by Le Royal Monceau
The Royal Monceau is one of the legendary hôtels in town and so is its brunch offered through out the week but also in the weekends. If you are going for a real fooddie experience which will come with a certain price (75euros in the weekdays and 115euros on a Sunday per person) then you have found the right place for you. An open kitchen is at your disposal, which offers all kinds of guilty pleasures from macarons and pastries from Pierre Herme to salmon, omelettes and the freshiest of the juices for you to indulge.
After an accurate research from our foodies we have created a list for you with the best gourmet boutiques in Paris which also offer the possibility to purchase all their products on-line.
Gourmet food trucks
Food trucks have been been expanding in Paris since a few months now, as in many other capitals around the world, offering their gourmet menus to their clients! Here below you can find a list of these beautiful ephemere restaurants which you can follow by visiting their websites and by checking the monthly or weekly schedule they propose.Enjoy!