The restaurant Chai 33 is situated in the heart of the lively Bercy Village, one of the 42 remaining wine warehouses that once made up the largest wine market in the world. Chai 33 welcomes you for Sunday brunch. On the menu, brunch classics, as well as typical French dishes and desserts all homemade and served buffet style. You can enjoy brunch in the trendy indoor room and during the summer on one of the two sunny terraces.
Housed in the Palais Brongniart, Spoon(available for private hire from 50 people) invites you to take a gastronomic world tour with its original and generous brunch. Help yourself to your starter and dessert from the counter, and choose your main dish from a menu inspired by the travels of the starred chef Alain Ducasse. The atmosphere is warm and friendly, with a large U-shaped zinc bar, a glass kitchen, and soundtrack by Armand Amar. A perfect setting for your business meals (110 people) or cocktail parties (130 people)!
Bistro Parisien is the name of the quayside restaurant of the Bateaux Parisiens company. Enjoy a wonderful all-you-can-eat buffet brunch (a selection of drinks, starters, hot dishes and gourmet desserts). There is also a package with champagne! The icing on the cake: a stunning view of the Eiffel Tower ... Memorable moments by the Seine. In summer, the terrace is an idyllic setting.
The Ritz Paris, the mythical Parisian palace on Place Vendôme, opens its doors for you to discover its Grand Brunch. This takes place in the Summer Lounge, which opens onto the big garden. From one buffet table to another the accent is on Mediterranean flavours: direction Italy and its antipasti, the Lebanon with its mezze, and Spain with its Iberian charcuterie. There is meat and fish, and delicious bite-sized Japanese food for a taste of Asia too. Cakes and desserts, signed François Perret, include iles flottantes, cakes, tarts, pear Belle Hélène, madeleines … Simply irresistible!
Located in the 8th arrondissement, not far from the Arc de Triomphe, the Hôtel Napoléon Paris offers an elegant Sunday brunch in a grand Parisian hotel. The hotel’s restaurant, Le Bivouac, welcomes you in a warm, relaxed atmosphere, with a terrace open all year: heated in the winter and bathed in sun in the summer. The ‘Brunch de l’Etoile’, created by Chef Olivier Legentil, is composed of a glass of champagne and an all-you-can-eat buffet filled with sweet and savoury treats, letting you enjoy the flavours of local, seasonal ingredients, all selected with the utmost care.
Buddha Bar Hôtel
Set off on a culinary journey based on five elements at the Buddha Bar Hôtel in the chic 8th arrondissement. The restaurant Le Vraymonde welcomes you for brunch on Sunday in a timeless setting with Asian decor. You will be impressed by the buffet with its variety of gastronomic dishes. Raw fish fans in particular will be delighted with the menu’s sushi, tartar, and rolls. On sunny days, brunch is served in the superb 200 m² paved courtyard amidst colourful plants.
Did you know that Ladurée is not only the temple to the macaron, but also a tearoom and a restaurant? To enjoy a brunch in this historic institution, head to Ladurée Champs-Elysées, located on the famous Paris avenue, or Ladurée Royale, the company’s first store established in 1862. Brunch is served every weekend and public holiday and is composed of sweet and savoury dishes. As well as fresh fruit juice, homemade granola, an assortment of cheeses and a selection of pastries and jams, Ladurée offers you authentic hot chocolate and the renowned macarons that define the company’s image.
In the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, on Paris’s Left Bank, the mythical Lutetia reopened in 2018 after a four-year makeover. The hotel is once again open for Sunday brunch, served from 12.30pm to 3.30pm in the Orangery with its high ceiling and bright and spacious interiors opening onto a patio. A beautiful setting, popular with tourists and Parisians. The hearty and tasty brunch comprises an ‘all-you-can-eat’ buffet including a hot à la carte dish and a glass of champagne.