Today I would like to write an article for people with a sweet tooth! The weather is quite sad in Paris but nothing prevents us to boost our morale with a gourmet break, who’s in? Here are 4 delicious addresses for Parisian tea time, enjoy!
1. Profiterole Chérie! This is the favourite meeting place of profiteroles lovers! In this charming and girly little tea room, the profiterole is declined in all its forms: with ice cream or in pastry form, I’m sure you will find your happiness! Indeed, there are 10 different profiteroles, wow! All the names of the profiteroles start with “Ma Chérie”, which proves how much pastry chefs love their job. Plus, the profiteroles are prepared in front of you and only cost 6 euros, 7 euros for the profiterole of the day which depends on the inspiration of the chef. Last time, I tried “Ma Chérie tout Chocolat” and it was absolutely divine, go for it! Opening hours: from Tuesday to Sunday (from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm). Where to find it? 17 rue Debeylleyme 75003 Paris. 2. Angelina! This is a classy address for gourmands! Succumb to the iconic “Angelina” hot chocolate or come and discover its pastries collections, including the famous “Mont-Blanc”! Do you know that Marcel Proust and Coco Chanel used to come here? This is the place to be! Provide around 9 euros for your gourmet break. Come on, it’s Angelina, dear! Opening hours: from Monday to Friday (from 7:30 am to 7:00 pm) and on Saturday and Sunday (from 8:30 am to 7:00 pm). Where to find it? 226 rue de Rivoli 75001 Paris. 3. Ladurée! Macaroons addicts, this place is waiting for you! Play the princes and princesses during one afternoon by going to the luxury floor of Ladurée Printemps de la Mode! The setting is really sophisticated and elegant. Enjoy a magical break in a Parisian atmosphere very 19th century. The macaroons are expensive (1.90 euros per unit) but they are very tasty, you won’t regret it! Opening hours: every day from 9:30 am to 8:30 pm. Where to find it? 64 boulevard Haussmann 75009 Paris. 4. Sadaharu Aoki! If you like Japanese pastries, this is the place for you! This veritable paradise combines French tradition and Japanese culture. Come and try opera matcha tea, black sesame eclairs and lots of other delights! They also make great macaroons with Japanese flavors (1.20 euros per unit). Provide around 5 euros for a pastry. Opening hours: from Tuesday to Saturday (from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm) and on Sunday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Where to find it? 35 rue de Vaugirard 75006 Paris. Hope these 4 addresses will make your day! Don’t hesitate to give your opinion in the comment field. Bon appétit 🙂