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Paris Secret by Marie Puce #6

Winter is slowly settling in Paris, it's getting cold and the days are getting shorter. That is the time when we feel like warming up in a cozy tea room to enjoy a good snack, with family or friends, in a warm atmosphere.
For our sixth episode of #ParisSecretByMariePuce, we take you on a tour of the best tea rooms in the capital where you can enjoy a tasty slice of cake, pastries, or the iconic macaroons, accompanied by a hot chocolate or a delicate tea.

Always, don't forget to share with us your most beautiful moments on Instagram with the hashtag #parissecretbymariepuce.

Nina

A true royal nugget located in the heart of Paris near Place Vendôme, NINA'S Marie-Antoinette is the only house to offer products made from the fruits and flowers of the King's garden at Versailles.


It allows creating the same flavors you could find at the court of Versailles according to the Queen's favorite recipes, such as the Original Marie-Antoinette cake and tea.


This museum-boutique-tea room is a real tribute to the world of Versailles: you will even find historical objects, such as the marble bust of Marie-Antoinette, made by Felix Lecomte in 1783, a handwritten letter from the Queen, or the replica of her shoe.


In a chic and friendly setting, the salon offers a wide choice of teas to accompany a delicious homemade Marie-Antoinette cake.

You will feel like a real Princess!

29 Rue Danielle Casanova, 75001 Paris

Mamie Gatêau


A must-see and recommended by all our customers in the neighborhood, this charming pastry shop is just a stone's throw away from our shop, on rue du Cherche midi, in the sixth arrondissement.
 Opened 18 years ago, as soon as you enter, you find yourself in a warm, family atmosphere that evokes the cuisine of grandmothers.


If you're looking for a pastry shop with a local flavor, you've come to the right place. Every day, simple pastries with an authentic taste are prepared on the spot, bringing back childhood memories.


The feeling of nostalgia inspired the creation of the Mamie Gâteaux tea room in memory of a gourmet childhood.

66 Rue du Cherche-Midi, 75006 Paris

Le Jardin de Mademoiselle


Welcome to wonderland! In a bucolic and luminous atmosphere, located in the heart of the 7th arrondissement, this tea room welcomes you in an idyllic setting with its mottled furniture and fine porcelain.


Created after the meeting of Aline and Floriane, two tea lovers who chose to create a brand in their image, Le Jardin de Mademoiselle aims to offer a moment, an emotion, and a unique sensation through each of its recipes.


A paradise for all tea lovers, here you will find numerous references for all tastes: green, black, blue, white, dark, mate... and even the most unusual teas.


Not a tea fan? Don't worry, with the wide variety of hot chocolate and gourmet lattes, you'll find something that suits your taste!

And to accompany everything, don't forget to try the soft and delicious homemade cookies. 

69 bis Rue Saint-Dominique, 75007 Paris

Angelina


An emblematic address, founded in 1903 and located under the arcades of the rue de Rivoli, in the 1st arrondissement, this tea room is a refined place where the Parisian aristocracy and the greatest couturiers such as Coco Chanel used to meet.

For more than a century, Angelina has been a Mecca for Parisian gourmet pleasures.


In a very elegant decor, signed by an architect of the Belle Époque, with a profusion of moldings, gildings, old frescos, you will be able to taste delicious pastries and the iconic hot chocolate.


Are you ready to discover the new Autumn-Winter pastry collection created by the pastry chefs of Maison Angelina? The Mont-Blanc caramel, the Délice Vanille, or the Voyage passion-ananas are waiting to make you dream!

226 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris

Pinky Bloom 


Looking for an unusual address, fresher, but still greedy? Go and discover the brand new spot in the 16th arrondissement for the pleasure of your eyes and taste buds... You'll be immersed in a psychedelic universe, ideal for relaxing and enjoying a snack.


With its powder pink decor, its flowers flooding the walls, and its colorful neon lights, the Pinky Bloom tea room lives up to its name! And yes, here, we see life in pink even on the plate. On the menu, you will find pastries, delicious individual pastries such as strawberry, lemon meringue, three chocolate cookies, cheesecake, layer cake, or cake of the day. 


As for drinks, let yourself crave gourmet smoothies in the colors of the rainbow and comforting lattes.


But wait, before you taste, don't forget to take a photo in the most Instagrammable tea room in Paris!

68 Av. de New York, 75016 Paris