While it’s open from morning to 5pm, Monday to Sunday, Claus is the ideal place to go to if you want a delicious Parisian breakfast. From freshly baked pastries to eggs with ham and truffle oil, granola, jam, and aromatic coffee, here you’ll get your French food fix to get you ready for a day of exploring the city. The restaurant takes reservations, but during the week you’ll probably find a table with ease, especially in the mornings.


  • 14 Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 75001 Paris, France

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