Next weekend we will be in Paris and we have booked a Paris by Mouth food tour “Left Bank” on Sunday which will finish around 2 pm somewhere around St Germain Church. As we will probably have nibbled quite a bit of cheese, bread, charcuterie and pastry there will definitely be no space left for a normal 3 course lunch. On a different day I would most probably skip lunch altogether and go for an earlier dinner. But we fly back home the same day, have to be on the RER around 3.30h (hotel is just 10 min away) and will only get a small sandwich for the rest of the day. So we would like to have a warm meal at least once a day. We are looking for a place for a small warm lunch on a Sunday in walking distance of St. Germain Church. Unfortunately, we have no time to wait in line and lunch should be over in approx. 1 hour. Of course, there is an abundance of restaurants in St. Germain but I am afraid of ending up in a tourist trap and would like to end our Paris trip with good food.
I have searched the forum and came up with the following ideas:
Having a crepe at Little Breizh. But there is conflicting information on the internet whether it is open on Sunday. If so, will it be possible to walk in at 2pm and get a seat or will I need a reservation if they take any?
Having some small plates at L´Avant Comptoir. Feasible to walk in at 2pm on a Sunday and not having to wait too long?
From Parnassien´s recommendation I wrote down Point Bulles some time ago, they have a jazz brunch on Sunday until 3pm. Ending our trip with some jazz and champagne is tempting. But it is not cheap, it is worth the price? Probably needs to be reserverd ahead, too?
Any thoughts about these places or better ideas??