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A deluxe brunch on a hipster barge.
There’s a high chance that you haven't stepped foot in this neck of the woods (or at least not regularly). Levallois-Perret is very much under the radar, but quayside restaurant Polpo very much is. A well-lit barge decorated with exotic plants and splattered with colour, its trendy hipster vibe has been designed by Laura Gonzalez who also designed our favourite Brasserie Auteuil. It’s a great spot for brunch and attracts many well-dressed families; fathers and daughters in matching Stan Smiths.
The brunch is particularly sexy: lemon meringue pie, tiramisu, scrambled eggs, freshly squeezed orange juice, a seafood platter, croque-monsieur, marinated dill smoked salmon, fresh fruit, oysters, crispy bacon, shrimps, Nutella. They’ve got it all - even an all-you-can-eat buffet. The icing on the cake: parents can sip their glass of rosé quietly, whilst children can keep busy at the various workshops going on.
This does come at a price though. €39.50 per person and €17 for children. But rest assured, you wont need to eat again for weeks.
47 quai Charles Pasqua
|Transport:||Métro: Pont de Levallois – Bécon|
|Price:||€39,50 for brunch.|