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Food in the City: Top Brunch Spots

by City Savvy Luxembourg

Are you jealous of friends in other cities who feature colourful cocktails and decadent egg dishes on their Instagram feeds? Brunch has officially arrived in Luxembourg so it’s time to start your brunching and check out our list of favourite places. Did we forget your fav? Let us know!

Bistro Quai- Grevenmacher

Good for: Getting out of the concrete jungle and taking in some beautiful views.
Where: 3 Route du Vin, 6794 Grevenmacher
When: BOTH Saturday and Sunday, next is on the 2nd of December 2018! (normally brunch is once a month, check details)
Damage: 35 EUR, à la carte 
Contact:
  Tel: 24 55 87 75

Bounewegerstuff

Every Sunday this hip Bonnevoie bar turns into a packed destination restaurant. Committed to serving mostly bio products, their normal weekday menu is replaced with 5 brunch options including smoked salmon, full English, sweet and vegetarian. The food is sound and they are certainly the most creative of the group. Be prepared to wait for your food as the kitchen sometimes finds it hard to keep up. Also book ahead. The restaurant is small and seats are in demand.

  • Good for: Boozy Brunch with friends.
Where1, rue du Cimetière, Luxembourg
When: Monday – Sunday, 11am to 3pm/ Saturday and Sunday Brunch (reservations recommended)
Damage: Brunch from 21 EUR (without drinks)
Contact: Tel: 26 19 05 50/ Info@bounewegerstuff.lu

Hotel Parc Alvisse

Every first Sunday of the month, this is one that the kids won’t hate and you won’t feel awkward taking them to as people stare down their noses at Junior running his train up the side of his eggs benny. They have a varied brunch buffet with attractive starters, main dishes staring a fab selection of fish, meat & not to worry- the vegetarians are not left out. There is also a rather  irresistible dessert buffet which makes use of  local, seasonal products. The Buffet is served between 12pm to 2pm, in their restaurant “La Véranda”. They also make use of the beautiful terrace with view of the pool. 
  • Good for: Brunch with littles.
Where:120, Route d’Echternach, L-1453 
When: The first Sunday of each month
Damage: 38 EUR per adult (drinks excluded)/6 – 10 years 16 EUR (drinks excluded)/ 0 – 5 years Free
Contact: Book via info@parc-hotel.lu or tel: + 352 43 56 43

Brasserie Wenzel

If you find yourself wanting brunch paired with an event then head to the Abbey. Their Jazz Brunch feels like an event and the perfect place to take out of town guests. The food is served buffet style, and features more Luxembourgish fare than anything else, but they have some brunch staples and lots of different meats to choose from. The music is different every week and when the sun is out they move everyone on to the courtyard.

  • Good for: Bebopping Jazz cats who like a bit of  brunch served with standards.
Where28, r. Münster, 2160, Luxembourg
When: Every Sunday morning the Brasserie is rhythmed by live jazz (Apéro Jazz) from 11.00 am on (free entry) and a luxurious Brunch buffet from 12pm to 3pm
Damage: Brunch starts at 32 EUR
Contact: Tel: 26 20 52 98 1

Come á la Maison

This place is nothing if not constantly modifying their space. Pair fine dining with Italian clothing designers, eclectic furniture shopping, throw in some music and voilà! You have a Sunday brunch experience to dream about. Including dessert and Italian charcuterie, the service is warm and welcoming to keep your spirits up. This place is packed and they’ve nailed the Italian spirit and romance while adding authentic cuisine.  Buon Appetito!

  • Good for: An authentic Italian family meal without your Nonna telling you ‘Eat more! You are too skinny!’
WhereAm Garage, 70 Route d’Esch, 1470 Luxembourg
When: Mon-Tues from 11:45am to 6:30pm; Wed-Sat from 11:45am to 6:30pm; Sunday Brunch served from 11am to 4pm
Damage:  Adults 45 EUR/ kids 22 EUR/ under 3 years Free
Contact
:  Tel: 45 37 85 970; comealamaison.lu@gmail.com

Charles

Where: 19 Rue ChimayLuxembourg City 1333, Luxembourg
When: BOTH Saturday and Sunday
Damage: from 19 EUR to 30 EUR (if you’d like a to include bubbles, wine or beer…because it’s the weekend, after all).
Contact: Tel: 27 99 38 38/info@charles-sandwiches.lu

Purple Sage

New to the neighbourhood, Purple Sage is the product of two best friends wanting to bring some happiness to Lux by opening a restaurant that partners with the local community. Their ethos is one we can get behind and they are so kind that you won’t want to leave! Smoothies and crumpets are where they shine and an added benefit is that they provide a child’s brunch menu.
  • Good for:leaving with a grateful belly and a good conscience.
Where: 108 rue de Bonnevoie, Luxembourg Ville,  L-1261
When: Check their Facebook page as the brunch dates very. Reservations are NOT required as they state on their website that they don’t have any…nor should you! (We love them for this!)
Damage: Various depending on what you order

Ca(fé)sino

This isn’t one we’ve actually tried but it’s on our list because we love going there in the evenings so the brunch is a ‘must try’ in our book. After all, who doesn’t love a bit of contemporary art with a side of brunch. After all, this gorgeous space describes itself as ‘an artistic and experimental think tank heading for the latest trends in the art scene.’ Yes, please.

  • Good for: When you’d like something a bit different; contemporary art in the heart of the city.
Where: 41, rue Notre-Dame, L-2240 Luxembourg 
WhenMonday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 11am to 7 pm/Thursday: 11am to 11 pm /Closed on Tuesdays 
Damage: varied formulas for 26.50EUR
Contact(+352) 26 27 02 79  cafesino@casino-luxembourg.lu

La Table du Pain

Here is one place that believes breakfast is, in fact the most important meals of the day. Their brunch is served up EARLY so great for those who are starving at 6:55, (you know who you are!) Skip the pancakes as this ain’t no American diner.  Think   rustic-chic with french country decor. Big heavy wooden tables with fresh out the oven bread and unprocessed/ recently squeezed orange juice go nicely with a bit of organic muesli.

  • Good for: The name says it all, it’s french breakfast, don’t cha know?

Where: (Centre) 19, av. Monterey | L-2163 Luxembourg & (Gare) 37, av. of Liberty | L-1931 Luxembourg
When: Mon-Sun from 7am to 7pm/ the Gare location is open daily until 4:30pm
Damage: Various formules starting at 10 Euro
Contact: Tel : (+352) 24 16 08 Email: ville@tabledupain.lu
Website

MUDAM

Child-friendly dining in an art museum might sound like a contradiction in terms, but the open space, friendly staff and inspiring surroundings manage to make this a stress-free, joyful experience. They also have a lactose-free brunch menu.

  • Good for: an educational, inspirational dining experience while the smaller one can run as there is loads of space!
Where19 Avenue Monterey, 2163, Luxembourg
When: Mon – Fri 12pm to 5pm/Brunch on Saturdays and Sunday from 11am to 3pm
Damage: Brunch / Lactose-free Brunch for 21 EUR
Contact:  Tel: (+352) 45 37 85 970

Kathy’s Cupcakery

Not just cupcakes, but American-style pancakes, (not french!) bagels, omelettes and even beans on toast! The food is freshly prepared, the room is bright and welcoming and you can snag some cupcakes for afters. Kathy’s also does a great variety of teas and coffees (including frappuccinos) which can be made soy or lactose-free. Brunch served only on Saturdays

  • Good for: a satisfying brunch with a sweet finish
Where9 Rue de Strasbourg, 2561, Luxembourg
When: Mon – Fri 08am-6pm/Sat 8am-4pm/Brunch on Saturdays from 9am-2pm
Damage: starting from €6.95
Contact:  Tel: (+352) 26 12 31 86; info@kathys.lu

Ready?

Ah, Ready. One of our favourite coffee shops, with organic, allergen-free, healthy food, fabulous coffee and bohemian look. The brunch is only on on the 1st Sunday of every month, but is so great we had to list it (N.B. it sells out quickly when it comes online!). Their menu sometimes seems designed as a hangover cure, from the healthy (chia pudding, banana bread) to the wake-up call (siracha and sweet potato wraps, apple, carrot and ginger juice). And free water and wifi. Perfect after a large Saturday night.

  • Good for: the morning after the night before
Where: 35 Avenue du Bois, 1251 Luxembourg
When: Tues-Fri 7am- 6pm; Sat 9am-4pm; Brunch on 1st Sunday – book here for either the 10:30am-1pm or 1pm- 3pm slot
Damage: Brunch for 19.50 EUR
Contact:  hello@readycoffeeshop.lu or via their Facebook page

Montefiore Sul Palco

This high-end Italian brasserie is especially attentive to dietary intolerances and the menu is organic. An all-you-can-eat experience with both hot and cold, sweet and savoury dishes and smooth jazz playing in the background. Bliss.

  • Good for: customers with special dietary needs who don’t want to compromise on taste.
Where: 28, Rue Philippe II, 2340 Luxembourg
When: Mon – Thurs, Sun 7am-8pm/Fri 7am-4pm/ Brunch on Sundays from 11am
Damage: Brunch for 25 EUR (add another 5 for Crémant)
Contact:  Tel: (+352) 22 95 14/ info@montefiore.lu

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4 comments

Linda Dieschbourg 7th November 2014 - 9:56 am

Also check out Ready, in Limpertzberg 😉 they have monthly brunches with lots of tasty food!

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Jessika 16th October 2018 - 9:34 am

I like Ready too a lot – home made with love; and interior wise you feel like being in Berlin or the Lower East Side in Manhattan (at least a bit ;-))

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Vanessa 15th March 2019 - 2:29 pm

Metropolitan also does brunch and they’re open “non-stop” and really nice, welcoming to kids etc. Great cocktail menu too! Paname also does brunch but I haven’t tried it.

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Amanda Roberts
Amanda Roberts 20th March 2019 - 11:16 am

Thanks for the tip! We will try it out!!

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