Our Guide to Paris Cafés & Tea Salons

Cafés and tea salons fill the gap between meal times, when you want to sit down for a cup of something hot, a cool drink, or a sweet snack.

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Le Bac à Glaces

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Ladurée

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Rose Bakery

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2 thoughts on “Our Guide to Paris Cafés & Tea Salons”

  1. Nice listing but I think that you have forgotten the sweet little knit café/tea house in the 13th called L’OisiveThé. Really cozy and the owner is really nice! Great place to go for a big selection of teas and rare hand dyed yarns.

  2. Every time I visit Paris, I stop at Ladurée: their macarons are addictive! Me and my grandmother buy “enough to bring some home” and always end up having to go back the night before we leave. It is also the reason I became hell bent on learning how to make macaron and, now that I have made many attempts and my success to fail ratio is about 30/70, I have the utmost respect for their superior product.
    We go to Ladurée Bonaparte most often, since we stay in the 5th, but we visited Ladurée Royale in the 8th years ago and I have wanted to return since. It is exquisite: if you think Angelina is beautiful, you will love this place.

    I will say that I don’t recall having anything other than macaron at Ladurée, so I can not speak about their other offerings, but I think if you are in the 8th, it is a wonderful place to take afternoon tea and escape the modern world.

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