Breakfast in America Paris Reviews
American Style Oct 09, 2010
So I left London, where the hotel I was staying at served a full English breakfast every day for 11 days. Now I am in Paris, land of the croissant and coffee for breakfast. After a few days of croissants and coffee for breakfast, I was longing for a good old fashion American style breakfast of steak and home fries and mugs of coffee. My friends in Paris recommended the Breakfast in America restaurant to me, which was great in satisfying my need for an American style breakfast and lunch. Breakfast is served all day long and the coffee is strong. So if you are homesick when in Paris, give Breakfast in America a try to satisfy your breakfast craving.
Breakfast in America does not take reservations and be prepared to wait to be seated. A Sunday brunch menu is also available.
Breakfast in America
4 rue Malher (at Rui du Rio De Sicile)
75004 Paris, France
Métro: St Paul
Telephone: 01 42 72 40 21
17 rue des Ecoles
75005 Paris, France
Métro: Cardinal LeMoine or Jussieu
Telephone: 01 43 54 50 28
Hours: Sunday–Saturday from 8:30am to 11pm
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Jul 30, 2007
I know if you came from the USA and am now in Paris you must think why go to an American restaurant. Well, I haven’t been to the USA in years and I missed an old fashion let me get fat breakfast.
“Breakfast in America” hit the spot. No more pastries, breads, and ham or cheese in the morning. It was good ol’ pancakes, eggs, and bacon. Even my girlfriend noticed that the “American” pancakes were much bigger than her European pancakes, which Americans call Crepes. Check it out: http://www.breakfast-in-america.com/openpage.htm
Nov 22, 2005
BIA...I would feel like I was doing them a disservice if I didn't write
about it. Run by an American, Craig Carlson, and managed by a
surly, sardonic New Zealander Darin Taylor...BIA has, hands down, the
best bacon cheeseburgers I've ever eaten. The idea was to create
a diner-like atmosphere that serves breakfast all day, as well as
typical American food. The result is this fantastic restaurant,
where, although the food is amazing, the atmosphere is even
better. If you're lucky, you'll catch Craig around lunchtime and
can chat with a fellow expat. And for a real treat, ask Darin to
tell you a joke. They're so bad, they're almost good.
Part of the Autumn in the Merde travel blog