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Au Thé Gourmand

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Why locals love it

All pastries on offer at this small and cosy tearoom are homemade. They do serve lunch, though I recommend coming here for their desserts. The décor is beautiful with exposed wooden beams, old stonework, numerous tea boxes, small blackboard menus and jam jars. There’s also a huge window that allows the light to stream in.

Why you should visit it

Au Thé Gourmand attracts students from nearby secondary schools who come here to drink coffee or tea after class. It’s the perfect place to stop by when you’re visiting the Latin quarter as it helps you disconnect from the noisy streets. Prices are very low for the French capital.

Special tip

I recommend ordering a cappuccino and the lemon pie – my personal favourites!

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Au Thé Gourmand is a tiny spot right next to the Pantheon. Ideal to stop there after a long stroll in this vibrant area. You'll find a selection of homemade pastries : I personnally recommand the Lemon Meringue Pie (Tarte au citron meringuée if you want to try saying it in French :p) which is delicious! They also serve quiches, salads and sandwiches, and offer a good lunch menu, very affordable compared to the other places you can find in this area.
Marine
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December 12, 2016

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