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Best brunches in paris under € 30

Hi ! Which places would you recommend for a nice brunch in Paris for less than € 30 ?


8 Answers

top answer by
Laura from London

Hello Ysoline, 

i would recommend you a few places:

Claus (1er)

Marché des Enfants Rouges (3ème)

Les Parisiennes (7ème)

* Les Bonnes Soeurs (9ème)

* Le Café Marlette (9ème)

* Chez Casimir (10ème)

* Les Enfants Perdus (10ème)

Hope that helps ;)

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  1. Claus (restaurant)
  2. Marché des Enfants Rouges (restaurant)
  3. Les Parisiennes (restaurant)
  4. Les Bonnes Soeurs (restaurant)
  5. Le Café Marlette (restaurant)
  6. Chez Casimir (restaurant)
  7. Les Enfants Perdus (restaurant)
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answered by
Vincent from Paris

Hello Ysoline

For less than 30€, I will recommend you Les Bonnes Soeurs, (9ieme), and you will be no more hungry!

As Sofia, I will recommend you Le Pain Quotidien !




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  2. Le Pain Quotidien (restaurant)
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answered by
Katia from Brisbane

Hi there!

I recently been to Les Enfants Perdus, near le canal st martin. I think it was like 20 euros but it was really good and kinda original. And the staff was really nice. I'd recommend it 

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  1. Les Enfants Perdus (restaurant)
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answered by
Benoit from Paris

Hi, I would advice to go 43 Avenue Trudaine, at "Les Bonnes Soeurs", it's very good and it's 23€. I would advise to book as it's often full.
You have some fresh bakeries, a plate (eggs, with chips, salmon or bacon) and a home made dessert.

 The establishment opens at 12.00 on saturday

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answered by
Courtney from Los Angeles

If you're up for an adventure, I would recommend Chez Louisette. The food is OK, not great, but it's in a little corner of the Marché aux Puces de Paris / Saint-ouen which always makes for a nice day, but more than that, there's an Edith Piaf impersonator who sings there and is a total riot. Again, you go there for the experience, not the food, but if you're with a group it's a hell of a lot of fun (even if you have to stop and get a snack later;). If I'm remembering right they pass a hat for her at the end of her set. 

I'm pretty sure you can do brunch for 30 euro--I don't remember if they specifically call it brunch, but I do remember that they open early, probably to reflect the hours of the flea market. 

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  2. Marché aux Puces de Paris / Saint-ouen (attraction)
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answered by
Kelly from Chicago

Chez Casimir in the 10th has brunch for 25 Euros - all you can eat. Classic/rustic French cuisine, charming bistro vibe, friendly service. It is the sister restaurant of Chez Michel Definitely worth checking out.

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  2. Chez Michel (restaurant)
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answered by
Sofia from Mexico City

Hey Ysoline,

I totally agree with Laura ! Good job !

I would add 'Le pain quotidien' which is simple but efficient !


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answered by
Edna from Paris

The Green Goose offer a solid brunch for around 23 euro -- but their a la carte menu is even better (and even cheaper)!

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  1. The Green Goose (restaurant)

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