This week is the Menswear fashion week in Paris and if you are already in Paris, probably you need not only not only the directions of the festivals, but also some place to eat. This time best design guide blog takes care of your breakfast and suggest the very best place to get your morning energy intakes served on the plate.
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Frenchie to go
If you are into serious eats, you will definitely like their bacon sandwich which became a cult classic here. The bacon is served on an English muffin, and you also can add an egg or cheddar cheese as well. Moreover, many says that sticky buns and maple-syrup-and-bacon scones are dangerously delicious. And you shouldn’t be worry about the quality – this place belongs to young chef Gregory Marchand who have cooked with Jamie Oliver as well as with Danny Meyer.
Rue du Nil, 2nd, frenchietogo.com. Open Mon-Fri 8.30am-4.30pm, Sat-Sun 9.30am-5.30pm
Le Bal Cafe
Can’t live a day without good coffee? Than the Bal Café with its best baristas will be the best choice. Also it is known as the best weekend brunches spot in the city, because of its great fry-up, kippers (a whole herring split in butterfly fashion), kedgeree (dish consisting of smoked haddock, rice, hard-boiled eggs) and pancakes as well.
Impasse de la Défense, 18th arrondissement, le-bal.fr. Open Wed-Fri 10am-2.30pm, Saturday 11am-3pm, Sunday 11am-4pm
It’s a place which is called a new most popular breakfast destination in town and getting a table could be not an easy task since they do no reservations. But if you want something unique, Holybelly is worth trying. They serve not so usual morning meals like black-rise porridge made with coconut milk and garnished with fromage blanc and seasonal fruit, pancakes with bacon, Bourbon butter and maple syrup. And we shouldn’t forgot to mention their perfect coffee that comes from a top-notch local roaster – the Brulerie de Belleville.
Rue Lucien Sampaix, 10th, holybe.ly.com Open Thurs-Mon 9am-6pm (Sat and Sun from 10am)
Le 68 Guy Martin
This is a real chic dining room just in the avenue of Champs-Elysees and is called one of the most fashionable breakfast venues for the city’s fashion and media mavens. Even though the breakfast menu is quite simple – freshly pressed juice, beautifully made bread, viennoiserie (some pastry like pains au chocolat, pains aux raisins, croissants), some yogurt from farmhouse – everything here is special because of the best quality products.
Avenue des Champs-Élysées, 8th, +33 1 45 62 54 10, le68guymartin.com. Open daily 10am-11.30am for breakfast
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So don’t skip the breakfast because you have no time to look for the place to eat those. The only thing to do is to pick on from the list and get straight there in the morning!