52 Rue de l'Hôtel de ville, 75004 Paris, France
Great third wave coffee shop in Paris. The owner was very nice and accepting of Americans. The espresso was woody, earthy, smooth, hint of spice. I was impressed by the smoothness. The pastries were outstanding, as they should be in Paris. The atmosphere was relaxing and scenic. They had many options for roasts and they offer a gourmet selection. Enjoy!
Very good coffee place. Also with a store front where they sell their own beans as well as a classroom, which seemed very interesting. Might sign up for classes in the future. Cold brew I ordered was extremely balanced and well rounded, with all the lovely floral and citrus notes. I think the pastries might not be in house, but in any case, they were of decent to good quality. I have ordered a croissant, fig tart, lemon tart and quiche, and so far they have not disappointed. As mentioned by the other patrons, service might be a bit slow, because they can be quite overwhelmed at times, but I was never there when I'm in a hurry (plus I always sit near the bar anyway and serve myself), so it was never a real problem for me. Highly recommended if you want to have an extremely good cup of coffee.
Pretty nice coffee shop and excellent environment! I stopped just for a flat white. They also have coffee experiences. So far the coffee was very good and one of the best I tasted in Paris! I will come back as I am coriois to try the V60
Pretty good coffee shop in Paris and better than most you will find. The menu was very good and has a lot of choices. The staff was very nice and attentive but the service seemed a little slow. No real problems here and I would recommend you visit if you need a coffee and breakfast. They roast their own beans too.
Good coffee place with fresh and delicious breakfast options. The waiters know their coffee and are willing to help kindly. Can recommend this place to anyone who wants a traditional French breakfast