Here is your next hot spot for just the kind of Sunday brunch we love.
Seven years after the opening of their mini coffee-shop on the Palais du Louvre garden that created the buzz amongst the fashionistas, DJ and designer Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki are going even further in terms of their lifestyle vision by opening the exacting venue which fans of the fox logo were waiting for.
And here it is: a café that combines French know-how and sprit sprinkled with Japanese excellence along with good dose of street inspiration and coolness. The rendezvous is taken at Café Kitsuné, right next to the mythical Comédie Française, conceived by the architectural studio Cigue which set up on the first floor in a very trendy dining room.
On the programme of treats
Here, the brunch classics are perfect presented with a Japanese touch (€30). Starting with beverages. Try their fresh juice, along with a flat white, an expresso or a perfect americano unless you prefer a matcha or a chaï latte close to be pimped with vegetal milk, tartines with Parisian jams or Paris honey.
Continue the high with a perfect Portobello Egg Benedict in a hollandaise sauce, smoked pork belly, kale cabbage and potato before the famous Dorayaki Pancakes
Each person can add their personal “touch”: cult avocado toast for health buffs, toasted bread with Azuki (red bean spread) to brunch like in Tokyo or a little cookie.
The added plus
In order or really test the delights whipped up by Chihiro Yamazaki and live the ultra glam atmosphere of the evening, it’s best to show up at happy hour around cocktails, a burger
or a tuna croque-monsieur with potions such as the « Kitsuné Cocktail », where cognac and saké meet for a refreshing sour. Slurp!
And to top off the Kitsuné experience, go check out their ultra-desirable collections in the nearby shop at 52 Rue de Richelieu.
Brunch served Saturday and Sunday only at 11am and 3:30pm.
Starting at 30€.
Also dis Le brunch fan de carotte