In just a few years, brunch has become an essential weekend activity in Paris, offering a variety of good places to enjoy dishes between breakfast and lunch. But which ones really stand out ?
Discover Café Kitsuné Louvre, an iconic spot that goes beyond its music label and fashion label to offer an iconic brunch. Nestling in the heart of Paris, this establishment offers a gourmet experience combining breakfast and lunch, sweet and savoury, with a magnificent view of Parisian monuments.
Café Kitsuné Louvre, 2 place André Malraux 75001 Paris
Take metro line 7 at Pont Marie towards La Courneuve and get off at Palais Royal - Musée du Louvre.
Au Princesse Café, the gourmet hangout near the Canal Saint-Martin. This place takes brunch very seriously, taking its inspiration from bistronomy and fusing street-food with gastronomy. All dishes are 100 % homemade, made exclusively with fresh, high-quality ingredients.
Princesse Café, 32 rue Bichat, 75010 Paris
Take metro line 11 at Hôtel de Ville towards Mairie des Lilas and get off at Goncourt.
Chez Julien, located close to Hôtel de Ville, offers a traditional brunch in a chic yet relaxed setting, borrowed from the typical menu of respectable Parisian bistros. From soft-boiled eggs to croissants nicely topped with cheese, salmon and avocado, as well as classics such as the smoked salmon or bacon plate, this delicious brunch can be enjoyed Parisian-style.
Chez Julien, 1 rue du Pont Louis-Philippe, 75004 Paris
A 6-minute walk from the Hôtel du Jeu de Paume!
Fuero proudly presents itself as a former tapas bar offering an all-you-can-eat buffet brunch, made exclusively from fresh, quality produce. The varied menu includes savory options such as charcuterie, cheese, smoked salmon, cakes, salads, perfect egg and truffle cream, croque-monsieur, chorizo croquettes, chicken croissants, tuna empanadas, bacon, as well as sweet delights such as fruit salad, cakes, cookies, brownies and caramel flan.
Fuero, 11 Cr des Petites Écuries, 75010 Paris
Take metro line 4 at Cité towards Porte de Clignancourt and get off at Château d'Eau.
At Buffet des Merveilles, enter the sanctuary of gourmet delights and succumb to temptation. There are no restrictions here. On the menu: quiche au mètre, avocado toast, cheddar fountain and chicken brochettes. You'll also enjoy classic brunch favorites such as French toast, viennoiserie, brioche, homemade jam, eggs Benedict, homemade granola, açai bowl and more...
Le Buffet des Merveilles, 133 rue Saint-Denis, Paris, 75001
Take metro line 4 at Cité towards Porte de Clignancourt and get off at Etienne Marcel.
Don't hesitate to select your future brunch spot - there are plenty of options to suit every taste !