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Where to have breakfast in Paris?

Are you looking for somewhere to have the best breakfast in Paris?

If you choose to stay in a short rental accommodation in Paris, breakfast may not be included. How to have breakfast in Paris like a local, then? Here is the list of the best places to go to start the day at your best.


Where to have breakfast in Paris

Pain au chocolat, creams, and pastries are the main elements of the Parisian breakfast. The best way to have breakfast like locals is to go to bistros. That’s why most places I’m going to recommend will be bistros.


  • les deux magots breakfast parisLes Deux Magots
    Les Deux Magots bistro is in Place Saint-Germain des Prés 6. It is a historic café in Paris also linked to literary events that still take place once a year. This bistro is the perfect setting for a classy breakfast.




  • kb breakfast parisKB Cafe Shop
    Go to 53 Avenue Trudaine to have the perfect Parisian breakfast. The KB Cafe Shop, located in Pigalle, is managed by young people and furnished in a fresh and essential way. You can taste the genuine food, smoothies, and centrifuges, as well at a fixed price of 25 euros!



  • claus breakfast parisClaus – L’épicerie du petit-déjeuner
    Claus is an elegant patisserie where you can truly taste the goodness of authentic products. This place offers a wide selection of pastries, baguettes, jams, juices. There are gluten-free products as well.
    The real plus is the possibility to eat in the elegant area just in front of the Louvre Museum. Claus address is Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau 14.



  • coquelicot paris breakfastLe Coquelicot
    Montmartre is a must on any visit to Paris. If you decide to have breakfast in Montmartre, go to Le Coquelicot. You will be immediately surrounded by the scent of freshly baked bread. Le Coquelicot is at 24 Rue des Abbesses.