Time Out says
The well-known Strada Café has extended its delicious coffees, pastries and decadent brunches over the Seine to the left bank, opening a second venue of the same name on the Rue Monge in late 2014. Simple yet charming, it’s a great place to sit with a coffee and a laptop, or to come with friends for an extended brunch at the weekend. Most of the staff are English speakers: Australians, Americans and Canadians happily doing a stint in Paris.
Opt for the €22 brunch menu and you’ll get your money’s worth. It starts with a hot drink (tea, coffee or a detox ginger, honey and lemon brew) and a freshly squeezed juice, then brioche with jam and honey yoghurt followed by a generous serving of vegetable gazpacho with seeds, a toasted pesto sandwich with goat’s cheese and a side salad. Finally, an apple tart with cream. The waiters will quite happily wrap this one up to go though if you’ve had more than your fill already.
24 rue Monge
|Transport:||Métro: Cardinal Lemoine or Jussieu|
|Price:||€22 brunch menu|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 8am to 6pm, Sat & Sun 10am-6pm|