We came here before a busy day sight seeing and it did not disappoint. I had a chia bowl and hot chocolqte, both of which were super tasty. The place was nice and relaxed, and the pan au chocolat's are a must.
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Cold porridge (that was afterwards heatet in the microwave including the fruit resulting in a really discusting dish), a hair inside the brioche, cold coffee, dry muffin, dry bread, 30 min between the food so everyone could not eat at the same time, very mad...More
Found this place by accident but so glad I did. Great service, warmly welcomed and seated. It has so many veggie and vegan options that I could not decide what to choose! Chose the fruit and granola option and cafe au lait. The food came...More
This cafe is a good option if you're looking for organic food. We had our first brunch in this place and it was great! Very cozy and attentive server. We will definitely come back and order something different.
The place seems really appealing and typical French. But it is not. If you want the typical French experience go next door to the two cafes adjacent to this one. Not surprising, no one else spoke French next to us. The waiters are young and...More
When enjoyed this restaurant so much that we went a total of 3 times during our 5 day stay in Paris. The almond croissant is a must to try.
In case you are near to louvre museum and opera Bastille and le Pompidou , this cafe is a good option for you. cozy, friendly along with freshly baked croissant and coffees which are served in a big bowl.
Nice variety organic choices for breakfast - vegan, vegetarian, waffles or egg dishes. Delicious jams and coffee too. Fresh juice options. We went here twice. They have another location in NYC.