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Le brunch du Gourmet bar by Novotel Toulouse
Gourmet bar

Au Gourmet bar

The restaurant at the Novotel hotel in Compans-Cafferelli offers you brunch beside its pool.
The buffet serves a wide range of fresh products, from pancakes to muffins and featuring burgers for those who are really ravenous! All of this is unlimited...

Things to do nearby: walk in the Japanese garden next door.

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Le brunch de la Vie en Rose au Radisson
la Vie en Rose

La Vie en Rose

The Radisson hotel welcomes you to its « La Vie en Rose » restaurant for a truly exceptional brunch. This is a must for a family brunch. The establishment offers top-quality entertainments for children, alongside a buffet that has been specially created for them, so you can treat yourself in perfect tranquillity!

www.lavieenrose-restaurant.com/en/brunch

Le brunch au pub The Dispensary
Dispensary

Le Dispensary

For brunch with a rock and roll ambiance, head to the Saint-Cyprien quarter and its « Death Star canteen », Le Dispensary. Every Sunday they serve their « famous big breakfast » that competes with their « British Sunday lunch specials » for top billing. At the bar you can grab a tipple to accompany all this (in moderation, of course).

On the way out, if you love contemporary art you can pop to Les Abattoirs.

www.thedispensarypub.com/restaurant.html

Le brunch au Mucho
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!Mucho!

For brunch with friends on the « morning after the night before », this is the ideal spot! The sweet and savoury all-you-can-eat buffet will bring even the biggest party animal back to life.
Sunglasses are de rigueur if you want to enjoy the terrace just a short hop from the Pont-Neuf and the banks of the River Garonne, and you can do all this up until 4pm!

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Le brunch chez Bapz
Bapz

Bapz

For brunch with a tea time feel, head to Bapz, the most British tea room and restaurant in the Ville Rose. Here the scones are just as good as any croissant and toast is served with tea, coffee or old-fashioned hot chocolate.
The original « countryside » decor plunges guests into the world of Jane Austen or Agatha Christie.

www.bapz.fr

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MARCHE COUVERT VICTOR HUGO

TOULOUSE
Food

Victor-Hugo Covered Market Food market: Fish, charcuterie, fruit and vegetables, bakeries, patisseries. 100 stalls.

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LES ABATTOIRS, MUSEE - FRAC OCCITANIE TOULOUSE

TOULOUSE
Museum

At this abattoir that was converted into a museum of modern and contemporary art, there have been no animals for many years... although we are...

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MUSEE SAINT-RAYMOND, MUSEE D'ARCHEOLOGIE DE TOULOUSE

TOULOUSE
Museum

Have no fear; here the Gods and heroes protect us on a voyage through time that takes us back to Ancient Tolosa.