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There’s plenty to do and see in Mulhouse, an Alsatian city in the far east of France close to the borders with Germany and Switzerland. But if you’re planning on climbing an almost 66-foot-high observation tower or touring the largest car and railway museums in the world, you’ll no doubt need some energy. Prepare for your day of sightseeing by eating your fill at one of the brunch spots on this list.
Designed in the neoclassical style by architect Louis Schwartz, the four star Hôtel du Parc offers a buffet breakfast that is open to all, not just its guests. The spread includes cooked meats, tarts and fruit compote made from fresh, local produce, and eggs procured from the Oelenberg monastery a few miles outside of Mulhouse that are cooked to order. Make sure to try the Kougelhopf, an Alsatian specialty similar to a Bundt cake that is traditionally filled with raisins and almonds.
Address & telephone number: 26 Rue de la Sinne, Mulhouse, France, +33 3 89 66 12 22