On a hidden corner in Cambridge, MA’s Harvard Square is a restaurant that bridges the space between London and Paris. From pastries to black pudding, Les Sablons brunch is a culinary trip across the pond.

I recently stopped by for a delightful brunch. I devoured fresh fruit, crunchy granola, buttery pain au chocolate, and a traditional English breakfast. I documented each bite for you below, but I really recommend visiting Les Sablons for brunch (or any meal) yourself.

Les Sablons Brunch, Cambridge, MA | The Stopover by Meaghan Murray | www.meaghanmurray.com
Les Sablons Brunch, Cambridge, MA | The Stopover by Meaghan Murray | www.meaghanmurray.com
Les Sablons Brunch, Cambridge, MA | The Stopover by Meaghan Murray | www.meaghanmurray.com

Summer Fruit

with yogurt and granola

Les Sablons Brunch, Cambridge, MA | The Stopover by Meaghan Murray | www.meaghanmurray.com

Breakfast Breads

with scones and croissants

Les Sablons Brunch, Cambridge, MA | The Stopover by Meaghan Murray | www.meaghanmurray.com

Heirloom Tomato

with cucumbers, ginger vinegar and mint

Les Sablons Brunch, Cambridge, MA | The Stopover by Meaghan Murray | www.meaghanmurray.com

Onion Bagel

with smoked halibut pâté, tomato and cucumber

Les Sablons Brunch, Cambridge, MA | The Stopover by Meaghan Murray | www.meaghanmurray.com

English Breakfast

with fried eggs, black pudding, bacon, tomato, beans and potato

Les Sablons Brunch, Cambridge, MA | The Stopover by Meaghan Murray | www.meaghanmurray.com

A million thank yous to Les Sablons for hosting me! If you’re interested in experiencing Les Sablons for yourself, visit https://www.lscambridge.com/. All opinions and images are my own. And if you’re interested in reading more about my food adventures, head over to the Food section.

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