Grandchamps is a Haitian restaurant in Bed-Stuy that’s great for something quick and easy. It’s a sit-down place, but it’s casual, and you can get a satisfying meal here all on one plate. Haitian fried pork with rice, beans, and plantains, for example. Or you can get a burger, if you’re trying to keep things less interesting. They also do breakfast starting at 11am on weekdays, so you can always stop by and get an omelet if you decide you’d rather eat an omelet than go to work.
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