Finding a place to brunch in Paris in the weekend is very easy. But finding one that serves a brunch in the week is a true challenge. Four years ago, right-thinking mother and daughter – Nana and Jennifer – opened Café Madam, a girly and friendly place, where you can have a brunch the whole week and until 5 p.m. (the kitchen closes between 3 p.m. and 4 p.m.), except on Monday. What a joy for tourists and heavy sleepers!
In this fresh (and green) setting, you’re served lunches, soups, salads, buns, tarts, pastries but we mostly come for the delicious homemade brunches at very affordable prices.
You can choose between: a classic brunch – very hearty – served with a good bread from Chez Meunier, Alain Milliat jams, coffee from Coutumes, or the exquisite old-fashioned hot chocolate, or a US Brunch version with poached eggs and Norwegian bacon attracting many American tourists, as well as a Lebanese version with a wonderful plate with green tabbouleh, hummus, pizetta and eggplant caviar.
All in all, a tasty address to enjoy a healthy and hearty brunch at unbeatable price in a good and joyful atmosphere. With the extended brunch of Café Madam, you’ll have no scruple to wake up late!
150 rue Saint Denis, 2nd arrondissement
Metro station: Réaumu-Sébastopol
Open from Tuesday to Sunday
Brunch from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., every working day
Kitchen closing between 3 p.m. and 4 p.m.
Rates: between €17 and €22
150 Rue St Denis
75002 Paris 2
Réaumur - Sébastopol
brunch classique: 17 €
brunch libanais: 20 €
brunch US: 22 €