Novelty: the surprise brunch of La Parade

Brunch consisting of scrambled eggs, tabbouleh, lamb with bear's garlic, rice pudding, lemon pistachio cake and Decoration of the restaurant La Parade

The place

Rush there before the crowds ! Aldwin Beets started off his culinary career at Alain Passard, Alain Ducasse or Guy Savoy before becoming the boss, with Elliot Lefevre, de La Parade, a wonderful little address such as the discerning bobos of Eastern Paris and Fooding buffs like them. Scene of the crime: Goncourt. Could it be otherwise? Cantina at lunch time, eat-in-cellar at night, the weekend brunch is a curiosity that is a far cry from run-of-the-mill eggs Benedict, pancakes and consorts.

On the programme of treats

No chance of falling twice on the same dishes and desserts from one time to another: the menu changes regularly in keeping with the seasons and the product arrivals. For the brunch, sweet and savoury dishes are presented in turn to surprise the palate: scrambled eggs, taboulé, lamb with wild garlic, rice pudding, pistachio-lemon cake… With always a cute wink to the Southern origins of the chef!

The added plus

A nice selection of natural wines (chosen by sommelière Raphaëlle Campion) and cocktails prepared by mixologist Anthony Zamora, founder of the Xaman Bar, elected best bar in the world by Big 7 Travel. The La vie en rose  potion with rosé Lillet, sparkling white wine and hibiscus is a real candy (€9).

Brunch served Saturday and Sunday from noon to 3pm, the sweet and savoury brunch with plates between €6 and €14. Carte blanche €30.


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