Food & Dining

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36 Rue Bichat, 75010 Paris, France
28 Rue Vignon, 75009 Paris, France

The first bakery in Paris to offer traditional French pastries 100% Gluten-free. Run by husband and wife team François and Marie, the bakery is warm and inviting and their pastries will have you coming back for more.

Read full review here of gluten-free bakeries in Paris by INSPIRELLE contributor Chloe Martin.

19 Rue Lucien Sampaix, 75010 Paris, France
+33 (0) 9 73 60 13 64+33 (0) 9 73 60 13 64

Metro: Jacques Bonsergent (line 5)

Holybelly is owned and operated by Sarah Mouchot and Nico Alary, who together create a new menu every month – a mix of classic French and Western comfort food, based on what products are in season. Their staple: Sunday breakfast.

8 Rue de Navarin, 75009 Paris, France
+33 (0)1 48 78 31 80+33 (0)1 48 78 31 80

Metro: St-Georges (line 12), Pigalle (line 2 and 12)

When INSPIRELLE recommends breakfast at Hotel l’Amour or “Hotel Love”, it should be a late romantic breakfast for two. In fact, why not get away for a weekend with your partner and reserve one of the intimate hotel bedchambers?

FIND MORE brunch recommendations in our: “15 Best Weekend Brunches in and Around Paris” article

84 Rue d'Aboukir, 75002 Paris, France
+33 (0)1 42 33 67 38+33 (0)1 42 33 67 38

Metro: Sentier (line 3), Bonne Nouvelle (line 9), Les Halles (line 4)

You may think it’s hard to imagine why anyone would crave American food in Paris, a city known for its scrumptious and refined cuisine. But sometimes there’s just no substitute for the nostalgic associations that come with savoring certain culinary mainstays—like a perfectly baked American-style cookie. And we know just where to find them in Paris!

Read INSPIRELLE‘s interview with owner and extraordinary cookie baker, Jean Hwang Carrant HERE.

 

135 Boulevard Haussmann, 75008 Paris, France
+33 (0)8 26 88 23 88+33 (0)8 26 88 23 88

Make your own salads at Jour’s numerous locations in Paris including 8 shops in the 8th arrondisement (see all locations on their website). You can also order online for delivery.

102 Boulevard du Montparnasse, 75014 Paris, France
+33 (0)1 43 20 14 20+33 (0)1 43 20 14 20

Metro: Vavin (line 4)

Imagine sipping your café au lait and reading your Sunday newspaper quietly in one of Paris’ most iconic and legendary Art Deco brasseries. Known for being frequented by politicians, artists, the literati and glitterati over the years, La Coupole is a popular tourist stop, but mornings are a tranquil time to go for a traditional French breakfast of coffee, juice and a basket of fresh croissants and pains au chocolats. English menus and wi-fi are a plus.

FIND MORE brunch ideas in our: “15 Best Weekend Brunches in and Around Paris”

19 Chaussée de la Muette, 75016 Paris, France
+33 (0) 1 42 15 15 31+33 (0) 1 42 15 15 31

Metro: La Muette (line 9) Boulainvilliers (RER C)

Situated in what once was the “Passy La Muette” train station, in the heart of the 16th arrondissement, La Gare is an impressive spot for brunch. In nicer weather, you can enjoy sitting in one of its two lush outdoor terraces. On weekends, they have an all-you-can-eat buffet spread and entertainment for the little ones. It’s also an elegant spot lunch or dinner on Monday thru Saturday, too!

For more brunch recommendations, read our article:  “15 Best Weekend Brunches in and Around Paris”!

38 Rue de Sèvres, 75007 Paris, France
+33 1 44 39 81 00+33 1 44 39 81 00
Metro: Sevres Babylone (lines 10 & 12)
Boasting 3000 m2 of space and over 30,000 products, this is a gourmet international food shopping experience. Part of the illustrious Bon Marché department store, it features fresh produce, a wide selection of globally sourced groceries, wine, a section of fresh prepared foods to take away if you don’t have time to cook, a bakery, and catering (traiteur) service for parties of all sizes. Valet parking and underground parking available at the Bon Marché.
(Note: For those who live on the Rive Droite, you’ll be happy to know that a new Grande Epicerie is scheduled to open in Fall 2017 on rue de Passy in the 16th arrondissement.)

 

59 Rue Saint-André des Arts, 75006 Paris, France
+33 (0)1 46 34 15 95+33 (0)1 46 34 15 95

Metro: Odéon (lines 4 & 10)

La Jacobine is a tiny cafe tucked away in the Passage des Arts. Their Aztec hot chocolate is absolutely to-die-for – it’s unbelievably smooth, not too rich and just sweet enough! You can order it plain, with whipped cream, or with a ball of vanilla ice cream.

Read The Hot Chocolate Challenge for other great spots to satisfy your chocolate cravings.

1 Rue du Milieu, 27620 Giverny, France
+33 (0)2 32 54 26 35+33 (0)2 32 54 26 35

If you’re passing through Giverny, Le Jardin des Plumes is a boutique hotel featuring Art Deco and contemporary furnishings as well as a Michelin-starred restaurant. Less than an hour from Paris, this is the ideal place to relax in any season. With a very welcoming, young team at the reception, you’ll feel like a special guest every time.

100 Avenue des Champs-Élysées, 75008 Paris, France

Craving crumpets and scones, beer-battered fish and chips or Chicken Tikka Massala to take home? M&S now has 6 Food Halls in and around Paris to satisfy your British food cravings! After all the shopping, in some locations, you can enjoy a sample of the takeaway foods in their café/restaurant.

17 Rue Saint-Jacques, 75005 Paris, France
+33(0)1 43 54 71 77+33(0)1 43 54 71 77

Metro: Cluny-La Sorbonne (line 10), Saint-Michel (line 4)

Sometimes you just crave a good bowl of Chinese noodles. Mirama is the place to go for the best shrimp wonton noodle soup, roasted duck and BBQ pork in the heart of Paris, just steps away from Notre Dame Cathedral. Open daily till 10:30 pm.

16 Passage des Panoramas, 75002 Paris, France

Metro: Grands Boulevards (lines 8 and 9)

This restaurant and épicerie (grocery) offers a unique and tasty experience for those gluten-intolerant, yet discerning gourmets. Some of their dishes are also lactose-free and/or vegetarian.

Read full review here of gluten-free bakeries in Paris by INSPIRELLE contributor Chloe Martin.

23 Boulevard des Capucines, 75002 Paris, France
+33(0)1 47 42 49 56+33(0)1 47 42 49 56

Metro: Opéra (lines 3, 7 and 8)
Craving Peking duck? The crispy skin duck (order in advance) is served here over three courses: starting with the duck skin you wrap with a plum sauce in thin rice pancakes, then as a main course sautéed with vegetables, and finally as a delicious soup. It also has a decent dim sum (Chinese dumplings and hors d’oeuvres) menu, available for lunch and dinner.

6 Rue Bois le Vent, 75016 Paris, France
+33 (0) 1 42 88 12 18+33 (0) 1 42 88 12 18

Metro: La Muette (Line 9)

An elegant Chinese restaurant hidden on a small street near the busy rue de Passy. We love their crispy Peking duck lunch (98€ for 2 people), which features a yummy variety of dim sum, half a crispy duck per person, served 3 ways, rice, and dessert. And, unlike most other restaurants, there’s no need to order the duck in advance!

Allée des Érables, 75116 Paris, France

Metro: Les Sablons (line 1)

An ideal setting for a festive family brunch, the Pavillon des Oiseaux sits in the middle of the Jardin D’Acclimatation, so you can turn brunch into a family outing. On weekends, there’s an all you-can-eat buffet and entertainment to keep the little ones entertained. (Not recommended for couples looking for a quiet and romantic setting!). You can also privatise part or all of the restaurant for private parties.

For more brunch recommendations, read our article:  “15 Best Weekend Brunches in and Around Paris”!

3 Place du Général Kœnig, 75017 Paris, France
+33 (0) 1 40 68 51 19+33 (0) 1 40 68 51 19

Metro: Porte Maillot (line 1 and RER C).

Parking: Palais de Congres

On weekends, this hotel restaurant serves an all-you-can-eat buffet brunch, featuring a wide selection of traditional breakfast pastries, salmon and scrambled eggs, salads, seasonal meat and fish, cheese, fresh fruits and desserts. Professional entertainers also keep the kids busy so parents can enjoy chatting over a leisurely brunch. 

For more brunch recommendations, read our article:  “15 Best Weekend Brunches in and Around Paris”

141 Rue Saint-Martin, 75004 Paris, France
+33 (0) 1 42 78 35 00+33 (0) 1 42 78 35 00

Metro: Rambuteau (line 11)

Try Riad Nejma in the heart of the 4th arrondissment of Paris for a hot, cold and sugary brunch buffet Middle Eastern style. Buffet means you can try all the delicious offerings from Barh’il (thousand hole crepes) to Seffai (sugared semoule with almonds and raisins, and briouats (flake pastry filled with tuna, cheese or chicken) as well as a variety of salads.

For more brunch recommendations, read our article:  “15 Best Weekend Brunches in and Around Paris”!

46 Rue des Martyrs, 75009 Paris, France
30 Rue Debelleyme, 75003 Paris
24 Rue de Sèvres, 75007 Paris
10 Boulevard de la Bastille, 75012 Paris
+33 (0) 1 42 82 12 80+33 (0) 1 42 82 12 80

Homesick Brits love this popular, English style bakery-cafe with four establishments around Paris serving a wide variety of homemade cakes, scones, quiches and fresh bread. A favorite treat is the carrot cake with icing made from organic quality ingredients. They also serve organic salads and soups and brunch on weekends. The original Rose Bakery is located on the rue des Martyrs in the 9th arrondissement, a street made popular by its numerous resident artisans and specialty shops.

For more brunch recommendations, read our article:  “15 Best Weekend Brunches in and Around Paris”

8 Avenue du Bel air, 75012 Paris, France
+33(0)1 43 07 28 98+33(0)1 43 07 28 98

Metro: Nation (lines 1, 2, 6 and 9)

Authentic Northern Chinese cuisine in a brasserie-type atmosphere. Avoid the Thai-influenced dishes on the copious menu and go for the more authentic specialities such as eggplants sautéed in soy sauce, Squirrel Mandarin Fish (poisson écureuil), and shredded Peking-style pork served with little pancakes.

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