Paperboy Paris. Did you know that I’d started writing about restaurants when I was in Paris? Before that I mainly focused on fashion and travel topics. Paris had and still has so many great restaurants to offer. Paperboy is one of the cool brunch places I wanted to go in such a long time. It was the perfect decision to start my little time in Paris there.
Café in Paris
Paperboy lies in the Northern part of the Marais. It’s a small café offering delicious brunch options. The interior is hip Parisian with a touch of Scandinavian. The bicycle inside is definitely the coolest decoration. I sat down on the counter closed to the window and ordered an iced latte (5€!!) while flipping through the menu. Well, hello Parisian prices! Coffee starting from 2€ up to 5€, cold drinks cost 5€.
FOOD & DRINKS
I took the salmon tataki which was such a great option. The combination with the mi-cuit au sesame and soy sprouts matched perfectly with the avocado and raw salmon. So delicious! But two sandwiches were way too much for me and I saved the other one for the airport later on. The coffee was delicious too and I was already a happy kid.
- Paperboy meat(15€) with pastrami, smoked turkey, œuf poché, coleslaw, cheddar, aocado and more
- Salmon tataki (13€) in a brioche bread with mi-cuit au sésame and avocado
- Açai bowl(10€)
- or a typical Pain perdu (7€)
All of the dishes can be topped with extra and eggs. All dishes are homemade and you definitely taste this.
- On weekends they also offer a “formule brunch” (24€) as it’s called in France.
I’ll definitely come back to Paperboy during my next visit. Their sandwiches look way too tasty and next time I’ll have to try the Pain Perdu! Definitely a must.
Café in Paris
137 Rue Amelot, 75011 Paris