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Les Bonnes Sœurs

Restaurants, Burgers Le Marais
4 out of 5 stars
Les Bonnes Sœurs
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Time Out says

4 out of 5 stars

[Note: This review only covers the venue's weekend brunch menu]

This is a tiny, noisy room, which regularly has people queuing down the Place des Vosges on a Sunday morning. It’s worth getting there early on weekends so you’ll be in pole position to sample the succulent scrambled eggs served as part of the legendary brunch. There are no reservations, but they do operate a waiting list – so be prepared to take a long walk around the block before you’re able to enjoy your breakfast. But it’s probably worth it to work up your appetite.

The décor is restrained – wooden tables, leather benches and black and white photos of nuns (the titular ‘good sisters’) – but the meals are a merciful blessing for the famished. To kick off, a basket of fresh bread and brioches with chocolate sprinkles arrives with a delicious but rather small fresh fruit juice. Then come the pancakes with maple syrup and scrambled eggs accompanied by crunchy chips, salmon and grilled bacon. And to satisfy really big appetites, for around €4 more gourmands can add the sumptuous eggs Benedict, after which they can take the rest of the day off food – and most of the following one too.

 

By: EP/JK

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Details

Address: 8 rue du Pas de la Mule
3e
Paris
75003
Transport: Métro : Chemin Vert
Price: Brunch from €23
Contact:
Opening hours: From midday to 2pm (except Saturday and Sunday) and from 7.30pm to 10pm (everyday)

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