After leaving Le Clos Montmartre, head down Rue Saint-Vincent around to Square Marcel Bleustein Blanchet. Enjoy a nice view there, then head down the stairs and take a right onto Rue Lamarck, and get ready for lunch. You've earned it!
What happens when you take an already successful Melbourne restaurant and open up a Parisian outpost? You get an unforgettable brunch experience that's what! The Australian husband and wife team brought their success from Down Under to the top of Sacré-Coeur and boy will you be thanking us for including this lunch spot on this Day.
I hope you worked up an appetite tackling those hills and climbing those stairs because you will want to eat everything on this menu. Some of our favorites are the baked eggs (both of them) and the fried brioche. But you also have the lobster benedict and oh my gosh how could we forget about the roasted mushrooms. SO MANY CHOICES. Whatever you do, make sure you save room for coffee (Melbourne Padre) and dessert, because I promise you, I still have dreams about that brownie (and its gluten free, if you care about that sort of thing).
If you happen to be here on the weekend, be prepared the wait but don’t let that turn you away. It’s worth every minute.