After a few days in Paris, croissants for breakfast just wasn’t cutting it anymore. Don’t get me wrong, they were delicious and I still ate them, I just needed more sustenance to power my touristyness for the rest of the day.
And that’s when we found Holy Belly. The ambiance was cute, plants and greenery everywhere, and a menu that folded out like a newspaper. Totes adorbs. Just what I needed.
The menu mainly consists of eggs any way you want it and lots of sides to choose from. We got 2 poached eggs, 2 fried eggs, bacon, champignons (mushrooms fire roasted with thyme and garlic), sausage patty with fennel seeds, and Holy Baked Beans (blend of white and red beans cooked in a tomato sauce à la British).
We also ordered a classic Cappuccino (beans roasted by Brûlerie de Belleville) and a London Fog (Earl Grey with vanilla and frothed milk).
Needless to say, it was a filling breakfast. And yes, we ate allllllll of it 😀
Sufficiently fueled, I was ready to hit the streets of Paris and be the best tourist I could be.
Holy Belly: http://holybel.ly/
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