Rethinking breakfast, showcasing the best of seasonal ingredients to have here or to go.

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Holybelly 19 is our historical location. It’s where we first opened, super green restauranteurs that we were, in October 2013.

The shop went through many changes and iterations to continually adapt to our ever-evolving needs. When we got the opportunity to purchase a more prominent location down the street in late 2016 (what is now Holybelly 5), we were left with the 1 million euros question: what to do with our first shop at 19 rue Lucien Sampaix, the OG Holybelly?

After a lot of thinking, some ideas for a wine bar, a roastery etc. we decided to keep on doing what we do best and love to do most, breakfast and lunch.
If we were to have two Holybelly on the same street, tackling the same hours, they’d have to offer two completely different experiences.

Holybelly 19 with its white marble table tops and bar, its lush blue velvet seats, its intimate 25 seats capacity, we wanted to offer a more sophisticated approach to what breakfast could be. Small sharing plates in the morning, great coffee from roasters all around the world, seasonal lunches for here or to go and beautiful natural wines to go along with it.

Morning breakfast platters to share.
A different approach to breakfast.
Housemade doughnuts with dulce de leche.
Coffee by Koppi and natural wines by the glass for lunch.
Seasonal menu.
For here or to go.
Chef Sarah Mouchot.
Slow cooked beef and crispy polenta.
Great coffee from Koppi.
Holybelly 19.
Natural wines by the glass.
Slow cooked pork belly with sweet potato mousseline and leeks.
Finish the meal with a great espresso.
Extensive tea program at Holybelly 19.
Chef / owner, Sarah Mouchot in the kitchen.

If you’re looking for a big delicious breakfast of pancakes, eggs and sides, comforting daily specials, go check out Holybelly 5.