[Note: This review only covers the venue's weekend brunch menu]
Les Enfants Perdus is a discreet and really rather chic fine-dining restaurant frequented by the bobos of the Canal Saint-Martin, and overspill from the bars L’Atmosphère and Café Bonnie. The interior is sombre but at the back, a light and airy room has been kitted out with comfortable benches strewn with white cushions – ideal for plonking yourself down on a Saturday or Sunday morning at brunch hour. And the dishes are exceptional. The best approach here is to fast for a day beforehand, in order to take full advantage of the gigantic, delicious brunch prepared by a Michelin-starred chef who is passionate about both style and substance – even when it comes to brunch. The menu is unique, and changes every six months. For €25 no fewer than three platters are brought to you. The first comprises delicious mini-viennoiseries, house orange juice and hot drinks of your choosing; the second features shirred eggs, cake, a beautiful slice of organic salmon on a bed of salad and a cup of cucumbers in white cheese with mint. After loosening your belt you will receive a final, enormous platter with vegetable soup, faisselle au miel, grapes, ham and cheese.
This restaurant serves one of Time Out's 50 best dishes in Paris. Click here to see the full list.
|Venue name:||Les Enfants Perdus||Contact:|
9 rue des Récollets
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 10am-2am; Sun noon-midnight|
|Transport:||Métro : Gare de l'Est, Jacques Bonsergent ou Château d'Eau|
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Upon Timeout's advice went to visit Les Enfants Perdus for brunch yesterday (a Saturday). Was quite disappointed to be greeted by a waiter who was slightly confused that we wanted breakfast/brunch and was told that the restaurant does NOT in fact serve brunch at all!! We did however pop into another AMAZING cafe around the corner called Holybelly which I would highly recommend!! Fantastic food, wonderful, friend & fun service and by far the best cappuccino/latte I had in Paris! --> http://holybel.ly/
you do not know until you get this place for brunch. Very unstable place with a waiter you are served. There are many many great one around yu spend a lot, alot less and feel comfortable than this kind of old thinking place like they are still best yet... So go search sround and you bet you will find what you looking for.
Very nice Saturday evening meal, proper French food and crowd and just around the corner from Gare de L'Est.
Just back from Paris and visited here. Delicious brunch and friendly service. Would highly recommend a visit here. www.foodanddrinkglasgow.co.uk