This unmissable Parisian tea room is the most famous French pastry shop. Known for its excellent macaroons, La Durée was founded in 1862 by Louis Ernest Ladurée, who opened his first pastry shop at 16 Rue Royale next to la Madeleine, it is the oldest one. The ground floor is particularly worth a detour, with its old woodwork and painted ceilings. A nice place to enjoy a delicious pastry during tea time!
Victim of its own success, we advise to book in advance to be sure to be able to enjoy it.
Address: 16, rue royale - 75008
Another renowned tea room, discover Angelina ! Created in 1903, and known worldwide for its creamy hot chocolate and its excellent "Mont-Blanc" cake, it is the ideal place to stop after a visit to the Louvre and the Tuileries. This living room, reminiscent of the Belle Epoque, is a unique place worthy of French chic. We also advise to book in advance.
Address: 226, rue de Rivoli - 75001
This superb two-floors, 600 m2 café is the perfect place to enjoy delicious pastries while admiring the Church of the Madeleine. This magnificent bar, tea room and restaurant offers us a magnificent panorama as well as various lounges with different styles and atmospheres. You can taste the famous Médovic, the Pavlova Mont-Blanc or its “Pouchkinettes”. Possibility to book.
Address : 16, Place de la Madeleine - 75008
At the Great Mosque, located in front of the Jardin des Plantes in the Latin Quarter, hides a magnificent typically Moroccan tea room. An ideal place for a gourmet break, where you can taste delicious mint teas as well as delicious oriental pastries, such as Turkish delights, baklawa or gazelle horns.
Address: 39, 47 rue Geoffroy-Saint-Hilaire - 75005
In the heart of the Marais district, discover this unmissable tea room, cozy, original and warm, and its many delicious cakes, in particular the famous and succulent lemon tart ! Gourmet cuisine, a relaxed atmosphere, this tea room is also an unmissable address ! No reservation, it is better to come early.
Address: 3, rue des Rosiers - 75004