First of all, how is the name pronounced, and secondly is it a good brunch spot?
two it. or at least thats how they pronounced it on RMO.
never had the brunch but heard it was good.
has anyone else been?
I stand corrected. French pronunciation rules would have one pronouncing it "Too-ay." I just got off the phone with my sister, who spent 16 years living in Paris, and she confirmed what you've all been saying.
In this case, as with Fouquet on the Champs-Elysees, the "et" at the end is pronounced "et." So, it is "Too-et."