WHERE TO FIND BEST COFFEE IN PARIS
PARIS is world famous tourist attraction around the globe. If you are planning a trip to pairs than we would like to tell you the best coffee joints in Paris.
Perfect place for freelancers popping in for a chat and a Gontran Cherrier croissant, parents feeding cute kids jam tartines (open sandwiches), and a few caffeine-addicted locals who seem quite content to stay all day.
Located in 51 Galerie de Montpensier, Palais Royal intimate stand-up coffee bar, with brews care of London’s Workshop Coffee Co, makes for a charming Palais Royal rest stop. You can have green-tea-chocolate-chip cookies, moist carrot cake and crisp little shortbread foxes (kitsune means fox in Japanese), while Paris’ juice king Bob’s supplies cold-pressed juices. As if a loll by the Palais Royal fountain could get any more delightful, there are also ice cream and sorbets to go in summer.
Nested in 10 rue de la Grange aux Belles. This cafe’s siren song of a perfectly made flat white helped transform picturesque little rue de la Grange aux Belles, one block back from the Canal Saint-Martin, into a bobo enclave. You should try delicious brownies and granola but also scones, sausage rolls and sandwiches in this cafe.