The 5 best restaurants for English breakfast in Paris

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“Ah, English cuisine! At first, we think it’s bullshit, and in the end, we’re sorry that it’s not”, these are the words that Jacques Chirac had uttered, on the occasion of a Franco-British summit in London. If English cuisine has such a bad reputation, it is because the French imagine it to consist of fluorescent gelatin and dishes with gravy and soft bread. However, this is not the case with English breakfasts, which are among the most popular in the world. At Le Bonbon we are big fans of the traditional English breakfast: eggs, bacon, sausages, beans with tomato, potatoes, mushrooms… Just writing it makes our mouths water. If this list has not convinced you, know that the English brunch has many variants, one more delicious than the other. All you have to do is find what you like. And for that, nothing better than going to try! We have selected 5 places to eat a British-style breakfast in Paris. 1. Holly Belly We already appreciated Holly Belly for its 100% homemade cuisine and its quality, local and seasonal products. If the brand has two addresses at n°19 and n°5 on the same street, it is in the latter where you will find what you need for a British breakfast. Eggs, bacon, baked beans, roasted tomatoes, hash browns… It’s all there! Great grind for homemade fennel sausages. Holly Belly 5 Rue Lucien Sampaix – 10è Every day from 9 am to 5 pm Tel. : 01 82 28 00 80 2. Patricks Le Ballon Vert Don’t be fooled by the completely green facade of this Irish pub. If it is ideal for coming to drink beers and discover delicious whiskeys in a cozy atmosphere, Patricks Ballon Vert also offers Irish brunches based on pork sausages, white pudding, bacon, red beans, fried egg, etc. You’ll also find a selection of bagels and pancakes or even breakfast burritos. Sure, Irish isn’t English, but it’s still British. Patricks Le Ballon Vert 33 rue de Montreuil – 11th Every day from 9am to 2am Tel. : 01 43 67 43 14 3. Twinkie Breakfast & Lunch Twinkie is THE full-time restaurant dedicated exclusively to breakfast and lunch. The concept is simple: you will find brunches of all origins. French, American, Norwegian, Israeli… And, of course, our famous English brunch with bacon, grilled mushrooms and toasted crumpet, for €25. Twinkie Breakfast & Lunch 167 Rue Saint-Denis – 2nd Tuesday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tel. : 01 42 36 92 58 4. Today Tomorrow Here, everything is vegan. So if you’re looking for the traditional version of the English breakfast, go for it. But for our vegan friends, here’s a great version of English brunch made with homemade pancakes, vegan sausages, scrambled tofu, mushrooms and homemade bacon. Note that Today Tomorrow only offers these breakfast pancakes on weekends, for just €16. Today Tomorrow 42 Rue du Chemin Vert – 11th Tuesday to Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Monday, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tel. : 09 81 65 20 01 5. Marcel In an elegant and industrial setting, Marcel offers three addresses in Paris, in the 7th, 16th and 18th arrondissements. Whatever your appetite, it’s a great spot for brunch: waffles, açaí bowls, avocado toast… But what we’re interested in here is their superb full English breakfast at €17. On the program: fried eggs, sausages, bacon, roasted tomatoes, toast and fries. We let you find out. Marcel Open every day 15 rue de Babylone – 7è Tel. : 01 42 22 62 62 ET 1 Villa Léandre – 18è Tel. : 01 46 06 04 04 ET 15, rue Mesnil – 16th Tel. : 09 72 80 00 72.
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