We never felt welcome when we went in. The waitress keeps on ignoring us. We’ve been sitting for ten minutes and decided toniust leave. The place is not tidy as well.
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A great little cafe to sit outside and drink cafe au lait with a croissant. We came here for our morning coffee and breakfast and loved it. It's a good spot to grab something and go or sit outside and people watch
Went here for food for Shabbos as we were staying in an airbnb so wouldn't have much time or ability to cook. In addition to challah and some treats, we also got sandwiches that we wouldn't need to warm up the next day. Everything was...More
I have been visiting this restaurant for many years, every Paris trip includes at least one lunch here. I am always alone, always feel comfortable, always feel welcome, always enjoy the simple food, at a very reasonable price. It has not changed in years, apart...More
A perfect spot for a little break. Crowded as just about every restaurant in Paris usually is, they nonetheless provide excellent food in a friendly, warm atmosphere with very reasonable prices. The vegetable soup is superb.
thank you so mutch
Discovered by accident, the first thing that grabbed my attention was its display. There are a bakery area and a patisserie area. The products of both looked amazing but, because I had lunch already, I decided to choose the sweet side as a second dessert....More
Authentic French bakery with tasty goodies. It wont be the BEST thing you have while in France, but you'll be able to get your shabbat challas and other goodies that are tasty. They also have a little area where you can get breakfast/lunch
Perfect spot to stop for a tea or coffee and dessert. Great selection of cakes and sweets. Friendly staff and tables to sit and enjoy. Perfect pit stop location.
thank you so much
We came to the Jewish quarter straight from the Louvre museum. They are in walking distance. We came to buy pastery for the rest of the day. We enjoyed the stuffed almond cookies and other thing but more the beauty of atmosphere of the old...More
Always look forward to eating here on our trips to Paris. Nothing fancy about the restaurant in decor, menu or baked goods. But food is good. Great coffee. One of the last kosher restaurants (not counting falafel joints) still operating on Rue Rosiers in the...More