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Wednesday 15 February 2023

The luxury breakfast that will set you back almost $120

Looking for a luxury breakfast in Paris? 

The Four Seasons Hotel George V has just launched a new signature breakfast at its Michelin-starred Le Cinq restaurant.

The only problem is that feasting on dishes crafted by head baker Guillaume Cabrol and executive pastry chef Michael Bartocetti is priced at €76 (that's around $117 in Australian dollars) - so a big step up from egg and chips.

The five-star hotel promises that the signature breakfast is "a memorable gastronomic experience".

The spread features "Parisian delights along with specialities from several French regions", which guests enjoy while seated on Louis XVI medallion chairs adorned with gold leaf.

Breakfast begins with a sweet treat followed by a selection of homemade breads and pastries, including pains au chocolat and traditional French baguettes.

Think dishes like apple turnovers, cruffins and dulce de leche.

Your breakfast also features chocolate from a renowned artisan producer.

Then come the George V’s signature eggs. Soft boiled egg mousseline with caviar, eggs royale and blue lobster omelette are among the offerings, along with egg cocotte with foie gras and black truffle.

Available every day from 7-11am Le Cinq’s Signature Breakfast includes freshly pressed juice, and a hot beverage.

Here is the menu, should you be tempted:

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