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Sunday brunch, a Parisian must

June 8, 2011

On a Sunday morning, Paris may seem very quiet and it may seem like the perfect time to visit the city without a hord of Parisians yelling at you because they are rushing to arrive on time at work. You may however wonder where they all have disappeared? Don’t worry, they will soon be back on the streets. They are only having a Sunday brunch in one of the many cozy places that are cropping up all around the city. Brunch has indeed become a “must do” in Paris and the game is to discover the latest one. So if you want to experience brunch the “French way”, here are some tips :
–    Don’t show up too early! Parisians never start brunching before 12 am!
–    If you see people standing in line, this is a good indication that you’ve reached a trendy place!
–    Don’t have breakfast before. Brunches often have all-you-can-eat buffets.

If you feel tempted, here are some of our best addresses:
–    Le Café qui Parle : rue de Caulaincourt, 75018 Paris.
–    Le Prohibido : rue Durantin, 75018 Paris

– Le Réservoir : 16, rue de la Forge Royale, 75011

–    Le Loir dans la Théière : 3, rue des Rosiers 75004 Paris
–    Delyan : 8, rue Saint-Martin 75004 Paris.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. January 25, 2012 1:34 pm

    I’ll add my Sunday brunch favorite: Le Rostand at Place Rostand just outside the entrance to Luxembourg Gardens. We tend to show up around 11am when it is quieter, picking a table in back near the fireplace in winter or inside but near the windows in warmer weather.

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