In the fun and fabulous seaside resort of Le Touquet, you’re never far from a great spot to eat, and that also applies to your first meal of the day. From beach casual to polished chic, there’s something for every breakfast style in our pick of the ten best-loved spots in Le Touquet.
Cafe, Restaurant, Contemporary, French, none
A favorite spot for locals and visitors alike, Le Scoop
serves generous portions of quality fresh breakfast staples, perfect to enjoy sitting on the ample terrace just a few steps from the Hermitage Hotel. The service and food are so good, why not come back for lunch or dinner?
Patisserie, Tea Room, French, Tea , none
Elizabeth’s is a popular English tea-room near the famous covered market, offering a tasty brunch with home-baked quiches and cakes.
Café Des Sports
Cafe, French, $$$
A Touquetois institution since 1915, café-brasserie des Sports has a loyal local following. Open almost around the clock, enjoy your typical continental breakfast, or if it’s time for brunch, try Le Welsh, the popular local speciality, a sort of croque monsieur XXL. With its succulent ham filling and cheddar topping it’s guaranteed to hit the spot.
Bistro, French, none
The little brother of the swish Flavio lobster specialist restaurant next door, Flavio Bistrot
offers the same attention to quality and detail in an informal setting. The brunch gets great reviews.
Cafe, Cocktail Bar, French, $$$
This is the perfect spot to enjoy a continental breakfast or something more substantial for a break from shopping at the famous Le Touquet’s market. L’Impasse smoothly transitions from café to cocktail bar and is highly popular at any time of day.
is one of a string of informal beach cafés that opened fairly recently and have proven to be a hit. Sitting on a comfy deck chair watching the beachgoers do their thing is a lovely setting for a morning coffee, a tartine
fresh-squeezed orange juice, and a view of the shimmering Opal Coast beyond.
Le Globe Trotter
Cocktail Bar, Gastropub, Pub, Restaurant, French, Pub Grub, $$$
A mandatory gathering spot in Le Touquet, Le Globe Trotter
is lively from morning to night as it goes from café/bistro to cocktail bar/pub. Its located smack in the middle of the action in the pedestrianized Rue de Metz. Sports watchers can follow the game on the big screens and cheer along with the locals.
Cafe, Restaurant, Contemporary, French, $$$
If you feel like experiencing the brand of smart-casual elegance that Le Touquet is known for, head to the golf course and people-watch while you enjoy a lovely breakfast at The Spoon
. The omelets are delicious if you prefer to linger into brunch … and why not hit the links afterward? Then you can come back and enjoy the great three-course lunch menu. Just fabulous.
Cafe, French, $$$
Early birds searching for a slice of local color can head to Le Copo for the typical combination of café/bar/horse race betting. Settle in one of sidewalk tables with your grand crême, pain au chocolat, and the paper like a true Touquetois, and enjoy the authentic atmosphere and friendly welcome of Le Copo.
Restaurant, French, $$$
Are you craving a full English breakfast? There’s a table waiting for you at Jean’s Café, located on the main pedestrian street Rue Saint Jean, just steps from the beach. Sit on the terrace to watch Le Touquet go by, or settle in one of the inside tables and enjoy the Belle Époque atmosphere with an Anglo-Saxon influence with brass, leather, and dark wood furnishings.