High-ceilinged pub with belle-époque gilt woodwork: while the recent renovation has restored the gilt and glamour, the soul – and the...
Le Pain Quotidien/Het Dagelijks Brood
Now a successful multinational chain, this is the original flagship of baker Alain Coumont, who launched his cafés here in 1990. Like...
Rue des Chartreux 4 · interesting places nearby
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Spiralling over two floors and several rooms, this charming salon de thé /confiserie on a village-like street resembles a Parisian apartment, with small metal tables, chairs in striped calico slip-covers, shelves of well-thumbed books, and framed watercolours resting against the walls. Not only is it a delightful spot for brunch or a fragrant tea, but the ground floor stocks an enticing array of sweets, including Laurent Gerbaud chocolates.