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The 10 Best Brunch And Late Breakfast Spots In Dijon

The 10 Best Brunch And Late Breakfast Spots In Dijon

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Updated: 15 November 2016
A popular tourist destination, Dijon is the capital of the region of Burgundy, one of France’s main wine-producing areas. It has become renowned for its gastronomy, hosting an annual gastronomical fair amalgamating exemplary, contemporary culinary techniques. Dijon is therefore a great city to eat out; we’ve prepared a guide to the best places for brunch and breakfast in the city.

Dijon, France | ©Bernd Baltz/Flickr

Dijon, France | ©Bernd Baltz/Flickr

Best Bagels

At Best Bagels they pride themselves on delivering an impressive selection of the most supreme bagels in the city. Whilst functioning as part of a small chain, this bakery is without question one of the best options for brunch in Dijon for visitors wanting to deviate from the traditional French patisseries.


Address: 84 Rue Berbisey, 21000 Dijon, France, +33 98 074 3549

Tartin’ Art

Home to some of Dijon’s finest pastries, serving from croissants and tartlets to freshly baked bread, Tartin’ Art succeeds in delivering the best experience when it comes to the traditional French breakfast. For both the quality and quantity of the food it is difficult not to be impressed by this old-style French baking powerhouse.


Address: ‪8 rue Musette, 21000, Dijon, France,+33 3 80 30 97 31

Le Declic

Le Declic is a contemporary French restaurant that has become a favorite among the locals. The restaurant is a great place to come for brunch or lunch. They serve a variety of dishes such as omelettes, for those who prefer a light brunch option, and favorites such as Risotto, fish dishes and charcuterie platters.


Address: ‪Place des Cordeliers, 21000, Dijon, France, +33 3 80 50 03 35


French Omelette | © Iain Cameron/Flickr

French Omelette | © Iain Cameron/Flickr

Dents de Loup

Dents de Loup features a wide range of breakfast and lunch options making it almost impossible to be disappointed, a perfect option for anyone struggling to decide on one particular style of breakfast. Visitors coming for breakfast will be treated to a variety of pastries and fruits as well as a selection of European charcuterie, whilst those looking for more substantial options can choose from a variety of elegant meat and pasta dishes.


Address: 44 Rue des Godrans, 21000 Dijon, France, +33 3 80 30 20 52

Le Bory Creperie

One of the most popular haunts in Dijon, Le Bory Creperie treats visitors to a wide variety of crepes with different flavors and fillings, the popular crepe suzette is a local favorite. The creperie also offers guests the chance to sample the galette, a regional variety of the crepe made with buckwheat flour which is usually served with savory toppings.


Address: ‪33 rue Amiral Roussin, Dijon, France, +33 3-80-49-99-36

Bol et Tasse

The Bol et Tasse brings a welcome alternative to the other restaurants of Dijon, crafting an identity as a specialist soup restaurant. Despite its chosen niche as soup specialist, the restaurant additionally offers a variety of savory tarts, salads, and milk and fruit desserts, as well as addressing the demand for more traditional breakfast options.

Price: Budget/ mid range

Opening: Mon-Sun 9am-7pm

Watch out for: Specialty crafted soups

Address: 54 Rue des Godrans, 21000 Dijon, France, +33 3 80 49 95 42

Le Grand Café

Located at the heart of Dijon, Le Grand Café offers the best of Burgundian cuisine providing a variety of charcuterie items combined with typical breakfast meals prepared with fresh herbs. This is a highly recommended spot for visitors looking for a relaxing brunch experience and wishing to deviate from the traditional pastry options, they offer some savory brunch options such as egg dishes or charcuterie plates. Here customers can savor their meals while enjoying views from the café’s beautiful rooftop terrace.


Address: 5 Rue du Château, 21000 Dijon, France, +33 3 80 30 97 26

La Cloche

Located on the outskirts of Dijon’s center, La Cloche restaurant proudly serves some of the best quality contemporary cuisine the city has to offer from the confines of its grand hotel. They offer many of the traditional favorites, including a deli and cheese selection board, as well as more luxurious brunch and lunch options including a variety of rich and fresh fish salads.


Address: 14 Place Darcy, 21000 Dijon, France

, +33 3 80 30 12 32

Coffee and Muffin

A favorite among Dijon’s visitors and a great option for those who want a change from the traditional French breakfast, Coffee and Muffin has the perfect location for tourists exploring the city center. They offer the option to sit in and relax or to take out and eat on the move, and feature a wide selection of hot drinks and cakes as well as sandwiches with a wide variety of fillings to choose from.


Address: 39 Rue des Godrans, 21000 Dijon, France,+33 3 80 33 68 04

La Brioche Dorée

La Brioche Doree is a great spot to come for breakfast or brunch. They provide an efficient and quality service. Their menu features an impressive variety of bakery items and cakes as well as a wide selection of salads and gourmet sandwiches to take out. Visitors will surely be tempted by many of the items in their varied menu. Come and enjoy coffee with a croissant for a typical French breakfast, or savor their sandwich with brie and apple compote.


Address: Rue de la Toison d’Or, 21000 Dijon, France, +33 3 80 74 40 17