Where to eat brunch in Brest: our selection
By Editorial side Brest
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The term brunch created by the fusion of the English words breakfast (breakfast) and lunch (lunch) designates a meal concept that has it all. Sweet or savoury, at 11 a.m. or 3 p.m., there aren’t really any rules… and that’s what we like! Here is our selection of restaurants or bars for weekend brunch in Brest.
Le jardin de Gwenn is a restaurant with a green decor that invites you to relax. Enjoy a savory/sweet buffet made up of salads, wraps, toast, cheeses and charcuterie, as well as homemade pastries (to die for). You will also have the choice between a cold or hot dish of the moment, often based on fresh vegetables.
Most ? Gwenn can offer you lactose-free, gluten-free or vegan dishes (on request a few days in advance.) and you can sometimes pick up leftovers from brunch with your container on Sundays.
Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., 14 rue Louis-Pasteur, on site or to take away. Reservation on 02 30 82 46 87. Price: 27 euros.
The vitamin brunch
La Poke, specializing in poke bowls (Hawaiian dishes made with vinegared rice, fresh fruit and fish), has created a brunch healthy, fresh and generous, only available at the trade port. There are original and complete recipes such as acai bowls, egg burger or salmon toast. For the greediest, the pancakes are unlimited and the brioche lost to taste absolutely.
Most ? The welcome of the team and the decor with the air of holidays by the sea.
Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., 1 rue de Narvik, eat in or take away. Reservation on 02 98 46 23 11. Price: from 21 to 28 euros.
The cozy brunch
At La Coloc, the atmosphere is cozy and calls for share. It is a French gourmet offer that can be found there with a sweet part (pastries, pancakes and muesli) and a savory part (scrambled eggs, bacon, cheese) and the roommate bowl of the moment.
Most ? The sea view, of course, and the student apartment decor.
Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., on site, 95 quai Éric-Tabarly. Reservation on 02 29 63 34 89. Price: 23 euros.
The Irish brunch
The Cottage is the perfect address to taste the Irish breakfast in a warm setting. On the menu ? Generosity! Bacon, bread, scrambled eggs, rösties, sausage, black pudding and the famous baked beans. If you still have a little room, don’t forget to also try the homemade scones, soft as clouds.
Most ? The Irish music concerts that completely disorient you.
Sunday from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m., on site, 2 rue du Château. Reservation on 02 98 80 17 73. Price: 22.50 euros (+2.50 euros for a dessert).
The land-sea brunch
Le Garde-manger lives up to its name since it offers a very complete and refined. This address has the particularity of offering a wide choice of seafood products such as langoustines, smoked salmon sandwiches or delicious oysters au gratin. You can obviously find brunch classics such as homemade waffles, spread or fresh orange juice, but also the chef’s dish of the day. It really is the perfect family brunch.
Most ? The chef is part of an approach zero wastezero waste and 100% homemade.
Sunday from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m., 32 rue Jean-Macé. On site or to take away. Reservation on 06 67 92 65 31. Prices: 35.50 euros on site, 28 euros to take away.
The traveling brunch
Peck and co is an address that combines gastronomy, street food and world cuisine. You can find brunch classics (eggs Benedict, pastries, brioches…), but also dishes inspired by a different country each week. So shawarma, grilled cheese and fajitas follow one another and will undoubtedly make you want to come back for lunch.
Most ? The team makes absolutely everything homemade, the bread, the pastries, the pastries and this for an incomparable quality.
Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. or from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. On site, 23 rue Fautras. Reservations on 02 98 43 30 13. À la carte prices around 10-12 euros.
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