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Top 3 Brunch Spots in Paris

by Line Kouecheu
1 month ago

Brunch in Paris is just something else! It’s no secret the French are masters in all things food and fine cuisine. But what I love even more about visiting Paris is doing brunch during the weekend. Most cafes and bistros offer the options to eat inside where you may have to show your pass sanitaire if you visit before March 14th or you could opt to eat outside, en terrasse. Here are three spots that I have particularly enjoyed over the years:



Brasserie Maison Rouge

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This brasserie is in the busy neighborhood of Chatelet Les Halles, very close to the RER and metro location by the same name. You should not have any trouble accessing it without a car. The options are pretty broad, a la carte or from the buffet. They have various formulesand you can choose what works best for you. Of course, I went with the buffet and structured it like a three course meal. Yes, I went back twice because why not! My favorite part was the dessert. I had the best pineapple tart and pear tart here. Just the right balance of sweet and salty with bold flavors.



Café Joséphine

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The staff here was incredibly warm and welcoming. The food was excellent, from the beet smoked salmon to the crustless quiche. My favorite dessert was the coconut tart. Here you can brunch a la carte or on the buffet. This location is perfect for a late brunch followed by a lazy walk in the museum district.




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Come here for brunch on a Sunday to take things up a notch! What I love the most about this place is the menu is adapted to the season so you can be sure to taste bold flavors. There is no buffet here so it’s only a la carte. It is best to book in advance because their small and cozy dining room fills up quickly.

Bon appetit!

Line Kouecheu

I work in product in tech in the SF Bay Area. I have lived in NYC as well and visit often! I enjoy wine tasting, trying out new restaurants and reading a good book. A few of my favorite travel destinations include Iceland, Colombia and France!

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