Within the Institut de France , the Mazarine Library is France’s oldest public library, founded in 1643. You can visit the bust-lined,...
Institut de France
The French Institute, created in 1795, brought together five of France’s academies of arts and sciences. The most famous of these is the...
Café La Palette
In the heart of gallery land, this fin-de-siècle cafe and erstwhile stomping ground of Paul Cézanne and Georges Braque attracts a...
Queues stretch around the block from the St-Germain branch of famous pâtisserie Ladurée for its picture-perfect delicacies, including...
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Da Rosa information
Gourmets can spend a little or a lot at this modern épicerie (delicatessen) and cantine (hip, casual eating place), a real foodie address with its vast array of savoury hams, salamis, pâtés, caviars, cheeses and other unique savoury products from France; Spain, Portugal and Italy. Be it foie gras, smoked salmon, Iberian ham or marble-cooled lardo di colonnata from Carrara, ‘only the best’ is very much the philosophy at Da Rosa. Everything on the menu can be bought to take home.