A touch of modern style in old Paris. It is a oasis in the busy crowded passage between Rue Saint Andres and Saint Germain. Had a quite good dinner not excellent or unforgetable for people like me that do not enjoy much the outside eating in uneven narrow sidewalks. Service ok polite young guys . Will have BRUNCH tomorrow. Deserts of course delicious!
Un Dimanche à Paris
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Posted: Mon Aug 12 2013
Chocoholics will be in paradise in this concept store dedicated to cocoa, where an upscale brunch is served on Sundays. Only premium products are on offer: Poilane bread, Bordier butter and slices of Iberian ham. As part of the €55 menu, you also get foie gras with pear and crème de cassis (in autumn) and a glass of Champagne instead of juice. There are no muffins, but rather a madeleine, a mini-éclair and a slice of cake – all of which go perfectly with one of the best hot chocolates in Paris, made with real melted chocolate, milk, a little cream and a touch of cinnamon and vanilla. Naturally, this is not cheap (the basic menu will set you back €35), but the level of refinement justifies the price. And you can always dial up the decadence to the maximum while you’re there, with a cheeky visit to the chocolate shop next door.
Un Dimanche à Paris 4-8 cour du Commerce Saint-André