Calling all coffee and tea lovers, and anyone with a sweet tooth! We have brewed up a little selection of addresses in Paris for a sweet break.
Here are our top 3 Parisian salons de thé:
Le Café Vert at Printemps Haussmann
Opened in June 2022, le Café Vert is located on the ground floor of this renowned department store’s Men’s department. As the name suggests, the decoration imagined by the florist Kaki, a specialist in hydroculture plants, is resolutely green…
Taste the best coffees and teas in Paris from Kodama or the Brûlerie de Belleville. And as for delicacies that accompany them, they come straight from the renowned Maison Mulot, a reference in Paris.
Some plants are for sale, an opportunity to make the experience last!
Open every day from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
64 boulevard Haussmann
Less well known to the general public, the Maison de Balzac has an intimate tea room and a leafy garden hidden from view, ideal for a relaxing and gourmet break.
The Rose Bakery’s varied and succulent menu offers only organic and homemade products!
Delicious scones and cakes for those with a sweet tooth, and quiches, pies and salads for those who prefer savoury… or why not a bit of both!
Many options are available for those with allergies or on a special diet. A perfect address to chill in a bucolic setting!
Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday to Sunday
47 rue Raynouard
Pages Blanches in the 8th District
This patisserie-tea room, an annex of the 16th District’s Franco-Japanese restaurant, opened in boulevard de Courcelles in early 2022.
With sweet treats created by talented pastry chef Kaori Akazawa, two cultures meet in a refined and peaceful setting featuring exposed stone walls and white furniture.
And with just seating for 9, you can be sure that your gourmet break will be far from the madding crowd!
Wednesday to Sunday
from 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
11 Boulevard de Courcelles