Although it has stopped offering brunch during the summer months, visitors are now able to enjoy an exquisite Sunday brunch for 15 euros at Le New Barocco. Those who want access to the vegetarian or seafood buffets will need to add 10 euros to their bill, and on the first Sunday of each month there is a special champagne brunch for 30 euros, reservation only. Apart from that visitors will get free access to a delicious buffet and American coffee and tea that makes for a delicious morning experience.
Brunch: Sunday 11am-3pm
Watch out for: The entertainment put on for children
Address: 29-31 Boulevard Charles Moretti, Marseille, France +33 4 91 94 00 00
The New Hotel of Marseille is a classy, clean-cut place in which to enjoy a Sunday brunch. Their set-menu brunch includes champagne, fruit juice and hot drinks, meat and fish, salads and veggies, charcuterie, cheese and different types of pastries. Visitors will therefore be able to eat a wide range of dishes, all of which are prepared with great care and served with elegance. The modern atmosphere paired with the excellent food will make traveler’s experience very memorable.
Price: Fine dining
Brunch: Sunday 12:30pm-3:30pm
Watch out for: their CRYO water
Address: 71 Boulevard Charles Livon, Marseille, France +33 4 88 00 46 00
The Musée des Beaux-Arts at the Palais Longchamp is one of the must-see attractions in Marseille, but what is perhaps not so obvious is that on Sundays their café has one of the best brunches in the city for an incredibly reasonable price. It takes place every week, and what makes it so remarkable is that visitors never know what to expect, as there is no set menu. Instead, the chefs at this locale decide on a cuisine and center their brunch experience around it, focusing on an Italian, Spanish or Russian menu, with numerous classic and creative delicacies on offer.
Brunch: Sunday 11am-4pm
Watch out for: The homemade smoothies
Address: 22 Boulevard Longchamp, Marseille, France +33 4 91 50 76 13