Photo courtesy of Eggs & Co.
Eggs & Co.
Hopefully you're a late sleeper because this place doesn't even open until 10am. With a name like Eggs & Co. you'd think they'd be swinging open the doors at 6am, but you'd be wrong, After all,... Read More
Hopefully you're a late sleeper because this place doesn't even open until 10am. With a name like Eggs & Co. you'd think they'd be swinging open the doors at 6am, but you'd be wrong, After all, this is Paris and Paris is a late town. It' s only early if you count the hours that most of the fashionable crowd stays out dancing 'til (like dawn). But, if you haven't had your breaky yet by 10, this is a good option and it specializes in, you got it right, eggs. The French get very creative with eggs, as we know. After all, it is the French who have brought us the omelette, the soft boiled egg where you dip those fingers of toast into the yolks, the quiche and even French bread. And come afternoon and you still want your breakfast, you're in luck. They serve here until early evening.
11 Rue Bernard Palissy
- Breakfast: "The address may sound complicated as if this is tucked away on an impossible to find little street, but in fact it's just a 5 minute walk from the St. Germain-des-Pres metro stop."
- Best for Breakfast Because: This is where you come for breakfast in the afternoon. Even on weekdays.