Experience the Chicest Brunch in Paris at Ralph's

You've likely heard of Ralph's, the Ralph Lauren-branded restaurant nestled at the base of Saint-Germain-des-Prés' most extraordinary boutique, showcasing a genuine lifestyle across four floors. But have you ever tried its brunch? The epitome of sophistication, it's a chic experience you must absolutely explore in Paris...


The Venue

Undoubtedly, Ralph's terrace stands among the capital's most beautiful, adorned with elegant blue banquettes, a majestic tree, and climbing roses. In winter, retreat inside this superb 17th-century mansion by the fireplace, embracing a hunting lodge ambiance with large paintings on the walls and tartan cushions. The impeccable service is embodied by a team dressed head to toe in Ralph Lauren, sparking an irresistible urge to ascend the floors for a shopping session, bidding farewell to jeans and sneakers forever. Everything here exudes chic, from the silverware and draped tables to the Ralph's-branded dinnerware—a true brand lifestyle orchestrated masterfully.


The Brunch

The pinnacle of American gastronomy. Choose from two menus—one dedicated to brunch and the other more general—to cater to your day's desires: traditional Eggs Benedict (€26), smoked salmon bagel (€32), maple syrup-drenched pancakes (€22), a delightful mushroom soup (€22), the legendary Ralph's Burger (€33), adorable lobster rolls (€48), or a Caesar Salad reminiscent of New York (€34). Accompany your meal with a mandatory Mimosa to channel your inner Parisian Blair Waldorf before indulging in the addictively delightful caramel-coated popcorn: a pleasure that should come with a prescription.

Brunch is served every Sunday from 12 pm to 3 pm. Reservation on ralphlauren.com

Also, explore Martin Simolka's new brunch for a must-try ASAP and The sumptuous brunch at Prince de Galles in Paris

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Where to find it?


173, boulevard Saint-Germain

75006 Paris

01 44 77 76 00


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Saint-germain Des Pres Saint-germain Des Pres

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