My wife and I enjoyed a leisurely brunch that included a ham and cheese croissant, Belgium waffle with chocolate and fruit, brioche with salmon and ricotta cheese. The meal provided the needed nourishment for the day.
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Paris has abundance of charming places to eat and this is definitely one of them. This place is close to notre dame cathedral. Food is very tasty and reasonably priced. Must try for a french brunch experience.
since it is a chain, there is a certain standard and a nice selection of healthy food. compared to others in the chain, it is not amongst the best. tables could be cleaned faster / more often and the staff could be more passionate too.
I have to admit, we were a bit surprised by how late many of the restaurants open for breakfast. Maybe we're just early risers, but we decided to check out Le Pain Quitidien because it was one of the first places open. The decor was...More
My daughter and I had lunch here before heading out of Paris. The food was good quality and my daughter especially like the soup (don't remember which). I had a chicken and cheese bread thingy that was good.
Bad attitude from the waitress, not enough staff on, scrambled eggs were ice cold and liquid, and no bacon was available on the side because they only used the bacon that they had for the "British breakfast". Seriously. Give me a break. It's a good...More
This is a most for breakfast if you are visiting Sacre Coeur in the AM. Wife had yogurt Parfait. Light with a ton of flavor. I had bread a jam which was great. The Latte's were very good! Similar to a high end coffee store...More
The restaurant was around the corner from where were staying so we try to visit for breakfast. They wouldn't even sit us and wanted us to wait outside. So we did and one of the waiters asked whether we wanted to sit inside or outside....More