Les Enfants Perdus, 9 rue des récollets 75010 Paris

Métro : Gare de l’Est, Jacques Bonsergent or Château d’Eau

Located in the “bobo” (Bohemian Bourgoisie) area Canal Saint-Martin, Les Enfants Perdus restaurant takes exceptional care with its lovely brunch.  Three plates of tasty food, freshly squeezed orange juice and a hot drink for €25. Not bad for Paris considering it was August and many of the other restaurants in the area were closed for the Parisian holidays resulting in a scarcity of eateries but still plenty of tourists!

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The first plate consisted of  mini-viennoiseries, some butter & strawberry jam.

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Freshly squeezed house orange juice and hot drinks of your choosing were brought over – we took a coffee and a hot chocolate.

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The second plate consists of Salmon on a bed of salad.  Cheese and Chive Muffin, Cucumber salad and pasta with cheese sauce.

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The last plate consisted of baked eggs, ham, grapes and a yoghurt.

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Delicious & filling food and quick friendly service.

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