November 30, 2016

Best coffee in Paris part 2: Holybelly


Time for the next part of best coffee in Paris. Last weekend we went to Hollybelly with Milla and Riikka. We had to wait for one hour for our table, because as usual, the best brunch places in Paris are totally full from the moment they open on weekends. At Holybelly you have a really nice and kind atmosphere with people running around, music and tables full of laughter. A total opposite to The Broken Arm, this place has an Australian/US feel rather than french.

We decided to take pancakes in two ways: salty and sweet + a bowl of black porridge with fruits. Everything was delicious, just a little too much sweet to eat in the beginning of the morning. We should have taken one pancake and then some of of their specialty egg dishes that they had on the menu. The portions were huge and the prices ranged from porridge 8e to pancakes 12e and their egg dishes were around 13e if I remember right. Price and quality goes well hand in hand. We left rolling out the cafĂ©, definitely a place we will be visiting again.




19 rue Lucien Sampaix, 75010

Metro Chateau d'eau

On weekends open from 10-17
Tuesdays & Wednesdays closed
Other days from 9-17


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