Classes at this culinary school include classic French cookery and patisserie courses, allowing you to create your own éclairs and choux...
James Joyce's Flat
Peer down the passageway at 71 rue du Cardinal Lemoine: Irish writer James Joyce (1882–1941) lived in the courtyard flat at the back...
Arènes de Lutèce
The 2nd-century Roman amphitheatre Lutetia Arena once seated 10,000 people for gladiatorial combats and other events. Found by accident...
Beans from Parisian roastery l'Arbre à Café (Brazilian, Ethiopian and Costa Rican espresso blend, and Ethiopian filter blend), Lyon...
Breakfast in America
States-style breakfasts – including blueberry pancakes drowning in maple syrup (€1 supplement for the real McCoy) and bottomless coffee...
40 rue du Cardinal Lemoine, 5e · interesting places nearby
Behind a sky-blue façade, carpets, traditional instruments and other jumble lend this Afghan restaurant a central-Asian caravanserai air. Specialities include qhaboli palawo (veal stew with nuts and spices); dogh, a drink similar to salted Indian lassi; and traditional halwa (sweet cake) perfumed with rose and cardamom.
Vegetarians keen to spice up their culinary life should go for the borani palawo (spicy vegetable stew) as a main course.