The handsome serving of brunch from this happily situated café is a rarity in the 15th arrondissement.
[Note: this review refers only to the brunch menu]
You could wander a long time around the streets of the busy 15th arrondissement before finding a decent plate of eggs and bacon – thank goodness, then, for Wallace, coming to the rescue of local hangovers.
Set on the pretty little Place du Général Beuret (with its bar of the same name), this pretty café-restaurant (formerly brasserie L’Angle) started out in 2014 with chic décor and contemporary bistro cooking featuring lots of oysters, steak tartar and homemade cheesecakes. And, best of all, a brunch menu on weekends and national holidays.
For €23 (€13 for kids), you can lay into boiled eggs, sausages, roast chicken, salad and a selection of pastries. It all comes together on a big rectangular plate, with fresh fruit juice and tea or coffee. For a generous, top-quality serving, it’s a delight, though you may quibble the set menu selection or prefer something more ambitious, if your hangover permits. Still, if you’re hungry in the 15th, Wallace will do you proud.
90 rue Cambrone
|Opening hours:||Every day 7am-2am|
|Price:||Brunch menu: €23|