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fashionable brunch spots Paris

Paris is a city made for brunch, with its epic terraces, beautiful breads and pastries and long meals but knowing where to go in a city of so many options can be hard work. We put ourselves to the test of coming up with 10 fashionable places to brunch at right now from foodie haunts, to the most fashionable hotspots.

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For Wow: Girafe

Tucked inside Paris’ Cité de l’Architecture, Girafe is the latest high-end eatery by Joseph Dirand of Monsieur Bleu (even if you are not familiar with the restaurant, you will have seen it sumptuous interiors on Pinterest). Likely to be one of the hottest tables this Paris fashion week, there's Eiffel tower views, 1930s décor, sea-inspired cuisine and to-die-for deserts. Image: @yannmicque

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For beautiful decor: Pink Mamma

Pink Mamma is one of those places that is everyone's favorite in Paris right now. Routinely Instagrammed in fashion week, it opens at noon and the line starts outside about 30 minutes before. The restaurant is the entire building and has been oh-so beautifully decorated- for brunch, we can never resist the truffle pasta. Simply divine. Image: @songofstyle

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For Hipster Vibes: Ob-La-Di

A cool tiny establishment in the Marais, Ob-La-Di is the type of place you take your visiting coffee snob friends. The menu is healthy and sophisticated with granola, serious avocado toasts, chia puddings, go for a quick bite before a day in the Marais. Image: @olofgrind

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The hotspot: Perruche

Perruche describes itself as 'a garden at altitude.' Open everyday from noon, it is accessible only by elevator and, as one of the current hottest spots in Paris, we recommend you book or have a liquid brunch at the Tikki Bar. Image: @viorcc

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PARISIAN HIDDEN GEM: Le Brebant

With vintage mismatched chairs, basket lamps galore, an industrial ceiling, dangling light bulbs, botanicals and floral wallpaper, Le Brebant is not your typical French brasserie. That said there's always a busy outside terrace and a tartare de bœuf on the menu. Not touristy at all, it's a good place to go to feel like a Parisian in a buzzy Saint Germain location. Image: @nelson.anyways

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For socialites: La Lorraine, Paris

A favorite weekend haunt of the French Vogue girls, La Lorraine has one of those only-in-Paris terraces that are oh-so elegant. The food is upscale French, in other words, if you'd like a side of grilled lobster with your brunch, La Lorraine is where it's at. Image: @fridanordenfors

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For foodies: Breizh Café

Breizh Café is one of Paris's new foodie hotspots, trailblazing its way across the city by serving up Franco-Japanese crepes in luxe settings with granite, slate and lots of natural wood. The creations use local ingredients and range from smoked meats, fried eggs to pancakes topped with kumquat crème. Wash it down with a brunch cocktail from the enormous sake menu. Stores are located in Odeon the Marais, and now Rue Montorgueil. Image: @lefooding

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For garden lovers: The Rose Bakery

Haunt of Parisian hipsters (and said to be a favorite of fashion designer Isabel Maurant) Rose Bakery has just set up a new brunch spot in the gardens of Paris' Museum of the Romantics. Menu ranges from healthy salads to gourmet pastries, like matcha and raspberry cake and gluten-free chocolate tarts. It's chic and a must-visit. Open from 10am – 5.30pm. Image: @parisjetaime

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For Instagrammers: CABANA CAFÉ AT THE PLAZA ATHÉNÉE

Combining two of the world's most Instagrammed hotels: Los Angeles's Beverly Hills Hotel has opened up a Cabana terrace at Paris's ultimate palace hotel, Plaza Athénée. Order the famous Mccarthy salad and wash it down with a little rosé. Image: @leoniehanne

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For Low key: Bread and Roses

Relaxed but delicious, Bread and Roses is the place to go brunch if you want French baking at it's best. From hearty omelettes with a thick slice of bread to the GORGEOUS pastries you can't go wrong. Image: @breadandrosesparis

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