T’Cup: a So British tea salon in the heart of Paris!

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Published by Céleste L. · Photos by Céleste L. · Updated on 11 May 2016 at 17h24 · Published on 5 February 2016 at 11h53
T’Cup is a new family tea salon that is 100% British! We come for the breakfast Cream Tea, its affordable English teatime, for its incredible cheddar burger, its Sunday Roast or simple for roaming around its lovely library, to work or to have a small break with friends in the country of Lewis Carroll!

T’Cup is the new spot likely to please English teatime lovers and expats missing British culture. Nassila and her mum welcome you with open arms for a sweet, quiet and relaxing moment in the heart of Paris.

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A huge room with small family and intimate corners, a wonderful library that mixes books, bargain-hunted items, white rabbits and bowler hats, as well as a very full menu to fill your stomachs at any time of the day!

In the morning, T’Cup, offers a super Cream Tea formula from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.: a tea (Le Palais des Thés), with 2 scones, jams and churned butter (€8). At lunchtime or dinnertime, the €15 set menus are very reasonable (starter + main course or main course + dessert + coffee) and have some nice surprises, such as the Chicken Potpie (chicken pie) or the Cheddar Burger inspired by Byron: what a delight!

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The perfect moment to come to T’Cup remains between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., to taste the English Teatime that is very soft for your bank account. For €21 you can have a tea served with scones, jams, churned butter, finger sandwiches and cakes. All in all, a genuine teatime to fill your belly until the morning after (or almost)!

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At T’Cup, all recipes are carried on by Nassila – a young friendly woman keen on British culture – with fresh products of controlled origins. Respecting the traditions of this country dear to her heart, she even offers the Sunday Roast (€20) as well as a proper Brunch – meaning that it’s very hearty – for €28.

A new Wonderland as mad as the hatter – don’t waste your time and try it asap!

Practical information


16 Rue des Minimes
75003 Paris 3

Métro : Chemin Vert

Cream Tea: €8
Formules repas: €15
Sunday Roast: €20
Tea Time: €21
Brunch gourmand: €28

More informations
Mardi-samedi : 9h-23h
Dimanche-lundi : 9h-20h

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