Paris has never been much of a breakfast town.
The French typically start their day with a small bite, something light and sweet, like yogurt or a bit of baguette with butter and jam, eaten in the privacy of one's home alongside a coffee. But chefs at restaurants like La Bourse et La Vie, Ellsworth, Holybelly and Ob-La-Di are taking inspiration from their time abroad and mixing it with classic French ingredients like buckwheat, foie gras and cultured butter to invigorate Parisian breakfast. We're calling it France's breakfast revolution.
Should you be heading to the City of Light or just want some petit dejeuner inspiration, here are four breakfasts around Paris worth getting out of bed—and saving the patisserie visit until the afternoon—for.
To read up on the best ways to start your day in Paris, read the full article on Tasting Table.