Post on 02.05.2018

Claus: A Trendy Brunch for Stylish Fashionistas


The self-proclaimed house of breakfast is a permanent page in the address book of the well informed travelers and locals alike.

Adding a new culinary niche in a city where concepts are emerging anytime and anywhere is a huge challenge. Claus happened to be a visionary when its owners decided to open a venue specializing exclusively in breakfast menus. Not only did the founders exactly understand the need for a small, comfy and minimalistic restaurant, but they also introduced a smart variety of fresh and healthy menus or à la carte bites which were highly appreciated by the very demanding clients of French and international food lovers.

After establishing their first salon a few steps from the Louvre Museum and the Tuileries Garden, surrounded by the trendiest shopping places of Saint-Honoré, Claus’ team recently crossed the Seine and opened a second restaurant in the middle of the fashionable Saint-Germain district.

Just like its first counterpart, the chic and quiet establishment offers savory brunch menus or tasty à la carte selections. Open from 9:30 AM to 5 PM, Claus welcomes its clients with discerning appetites for breakfast, brunch or tea time. Shoppers, business people and tourists are all happy to experience this calm venue while enjoying a meal that is light, fresh and healthy.

Depending on the days and season, clients will be tasting flavorsome pieces such as scones, madeleines, cakes or pastry. The breakfast selection includes croissants and crusty breads, as well as delectable jams and Bircher muesli. To satisfy the guest’s pursuit for variety, brunch menus include soups, several egg specialties and delicious fresh vegetables, as well as pastries and yogurt. During lunchtime, the house adds delicious sandwiches, mixed salads, soups and other dishes for takeaway. Hot beverages and healthy juice options pair well with the various food choices. Customers can expect the food to be either homemade or coming from a rigorous selection of renowned local organic or exclusive brands. Ultimately, the service-oriented, friendly Parisian ambiance makes sure Claus remains a must visit staple in the City of Lights. A reservation is highly recommended as both locations are almost always bustling with guests and the restaurant has gained notoriety having recently been rewarded with the Best Place for Breakfast title by the food critics of Le Figaro, a national leading newspaper!


Copyright pictures : Yann Deret (cover and decor), Grace team (window with jam, coffee)


Jacqueline Sablayrolles