Bobo, yes, but still lovely. Insulated from the honking horns of the city, this place is a true oasis in central Paris. This small, organic canteen is warm and welcoming, a tavern for weary urban travellers in the heart of the Enfants Rouges market. Though somewhat difficult to find, it is far from secret – especially in summer when the colourful chairs come out to allow customers to enjoy the aromas of the market. Brunch is served on Saturdays and Sundays, and the ‘traditional’ menu (€20) is hearty and original. In addition to hot drinks and organic apple juice, take your pick from scrambled eggs, salad, assorted cheeses and cold cuts, fruit salad, cottage cheese, scones and jam. A plate full of variety and good products, it competes with the ‘fish menu’, which, for an extra €2, replaces the sausage and cheese with smoked salmon, herring, mackerel and taramasalata.
|Venue name:||L’Estaminet des Enfants Rouges|
39 rue de Bretagne
|Opening hours:||9am-8pm Tue-Sat; 9am-2pm Sun|
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Please beware of this place. It is a complete disaster. We ordered a meal that had a piece of trash in it. We told the server & No response. I have seen this problem mentioned by other reviewers. They could care less. Seriously one of the worst meals I ever ate. Waaaaay overpriced for such poor quality food & lack of cleanliness. Stay clear of this tourist trap.