Le Breguet calls itself an Épicerie Bio. But apart from serving up a healthier basic menu of either a ‘protein’ or ‘vegan’ dish, its eclectic choice interior design is also a draw.
In fact, the initial reason I popped along to Le Breguet was to get a glimpse of an original Sputnik pendant light which, until getting snapped up by a lucky punter, continues to illuminate this equally space-looking environment.
So what piqued my interest? I had moved from Brussels to Paris and downsized, and this Sputnik light is the same one we had in the Brussels apartment. And there you go, I popped along to Le Breguet to say ‘coucou’ to Sputnik (pictured).
A final word: I recently arranged to meet someone there for lunch and had to avoid confusion; reiterated, it’s ‘Le Grand Breguet’, not to confuse this spot Le Grand Breguet with the totally unrelated Bar Le Breguet.
Plus the neighbourhood is quickly transforming, so it’s worth coming even if to explore the boutiques and coffee houses in the area.