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Cafes and Tea Rooms In Paris

A croissant and coffee are what most people think of at a tea room or café, but when you visit a café in Paris they are so much more.  From glorious cakes through to salads and even hot meals they are a great way to relax and get off your feet for a while, especially by sitting out on a terrace and they are a far less formal way of dining than even a bistro or restaurant.

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Cafes and Tea Rooms

Hard Rock Café in Paris
The Hard Rock Café chain has become very well known throughout the world for its memorabilia from rock and roll legends that cover the walls.

Procope Café in Paris
Procope was founded way back in 1686 by Francesco Procopio dei Coltelli and is oldest operating cafe in the world, also it has welcomed numerous famous people such as Voltaire and Benjamin Franklin, over the years.

The Jacquemart-André Café In Paris
The Jacquemart-André Café is a wonderfully elegant old-style tea room which has got to be classed as one of the most outstanding settings in Paris where you can sit gazing at the beautiful tapestries.

Häagen-Dazs Ice Cream House In Paris
Häagen-Dazs has been delighting people since 1921 and is classified as 'heaven' for ice cream lovers all over the world.

Le Cafe Marly Restaurant in Paris
Le Cafe Marly is not your ordinary museum restaurant and has become known as a hip and trendy restaurant, where you will often find celebrities eating and has excellent dishes such as foie gras.

Baz'Art Cafe In Paris
The Baz'Art is a stylish yet cosy and friendly café with a bar and an art gallery, which has a busy upbeat atmosphere of a lunchtime.

Viaduc Cafe Family Restaurant In Paris
This café in Paris has a very modern and contemporary feel, yet with its high ceilings, glass front and stone walls set into one of the arches makes for a sophisticated spot for a drink and a time to relax,

Angelina Tea Room and Café in Paris
And although it is known as a tea salon, it does serve breakfasts, lunches and desserts, so is therefore more like a cafe.

Laduree Tea Room In Paris
These are luxurious tea salons come restaurants with a dessert menu that is longer than most wine lists and will be served to you with the tinkling of fine chine on quality tablecloths with gold stamped napkins.

Fauchon Shop and Restaurant In Paris
The Fauchon shop provides delicacies from all over France and the world for that matter, and they also have a restaurant and a tea salon.

Cafe Constant In Paris
The Cafe Constant has small wooden tables, formica bar as you enter on the ground floor, and it looks like a typical cafe that is open for breakfasts and lunches, but the food is far from what you would expect in a cafe.

Le Cafézoide In Paris France
Le Cafézoïde is the only café in Paris which is totally dedicated to children from newborns through to the age of 16 years.

Jet Lag Restaurant In Paris
Jet Lag is an American style bistro restaurant and bar that is situated in the Les Halles area and is a place that has many different moods through its unique position where it sits on two entirely different streets.

Flora Danica Café and Restaurant In Paris
Flora Danica is a Danish restaurant that has two dining rooms inside which seats around 120 people, but outside there is a lovely terrace that will seat even more people, with beautiful greenery and flowers.

The Frog at Bercy Village Bar in Paris
The Frog at Bercy Village is actually the largest out of all of the FrogPubs in the chain and is following on from the fantastic success of the Frog and Rosbif, which was the first one to be opened in Paris.

The Café Maure de la Mosquée In Paris
Café Maure de la Mosquée is a North African cafe and tea room that is located within La Grande Mosquee de Paris and serves wonderful traditional pastries and mint teas.

Cafe de l'Esplanade In Paris
This Cafe in Paris is a trendy and chic cafe that is open from breakfast right through to late evening and has a very mixed clientele from politicians and celebrities to locals and tourists.

Le Press Café In Paris
Le Press Café is located in the area of Paris that is known for its journalists and intellectual types and is situated in the 2nd Arrondissement not far from the world famous River Seine.

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