Best Brunch Bites in Paris
Not sure about you guys, but as fall and winter loom closer, we are in the market for places to withstand the temps and nourish our souls with some good old fashioned brunch. We’ve done the work for you, here are some of our top picks as of late!
Tawainese food for brunch? Seems a bit odd, but I have two words for you: bubble tea. At their super cool location in Pigalle, Le 37m2 offers this unique tea which contains grains of tapioca and is blended with a number of sweet flavors. They shake everything together and you have a frothy, delicious beverage. Their flavors range from coconut milk to traditional green tea to pineapple; there’s something for everyone. But obviously you brunch for the food too right? Good news: They offer various fried chicken dishes and tasty sides like tofu, broccoli, and cabbage. This place is one of a kind for brunch and a must try!68 rue Rodier
We wrote about Holybelly when they opened, and this place is still capturing our tastebuds. With excellent service and amazing coffee, it’s hard not to love this place. They offer the full list of brunch delights: pancakes, scrambled eggs, eggs over easy, hash browns, bacon, and french toast. If you’re missed a good American brunch, these Aussies have perfected just that in Paris. The ambiance is fun, there is always laughter, and the decor is beautiful! If you haven’t tried it yet, you must!19 rue Lucien Sampaix
This hotspot offers tons of choices for the late bruncher. Located in the chic 7th arrondissement, diners have choices ranging from southern tapas to green salads at Treize. This is a tasty place for all you health nuts too as they have several vegan choices. The food is great, but I’d almost go as far as to say that their baked goods–cookies, cakes, pies are their top offerings. There’s a reason this place is named after a baker’s dozen! Grab one of these with their impressive cafe latte’s or cappuccinos and a delicious brunch you have indeed!16 Rue des Saints Peres
Cafe Sésame offers a very laid back atmosphere that is reminiscent of New York, so much so that they even serve up bagels for the tired and hungry! Their bagels are packed with goat’s cheese and grilled veggies to keep you fueled for the rest of the day. Fresh salads and juice smoothies ensure you’re getting plenty of nutrition and bang for your buck. I sampled their veggie lasgna and gaspacho and was not disappointed! If you’re in the mood for a sweeter brunch they offer sponge cake, carrot cake, and you guessed it: cheese cake! You’ll feel right at home in this cafe and partake healthy but filling brunch.51 quai de Valmy
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