We visited Versailles from Paris on a Sunday morning. After touring the chateau, we went into town for a delightful brunch at La Cour. As a word of advise, make sure you make a reservation in advance as I believe every table was reserved. The proprietor does not speak much English, but if you have a working knowledge of French you should be able to reserve a table (I was able to do it).
The brunch itself was delicious. You have a few choices to make on the menu, but generally you get some fruit and yogurt, meat, pastry, salad, and pancakes. It was a good amount of food and everything was delicious. We also ordered hot tea with our brunch. The restaurant serves Kusmi Tea, and we immediately started researching if we could get it in the States; it was that good.
Finally, the service was wonderful. Even though we had minor difficulties understanding each other at times, the waitress was so kind. We had a wonderful morning out on the patio and would absolutely return here if we get the opportunity.
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