We find the welcoming atmosphere of the first café, decorated by Valérie Mazerat as well. Bench seats with throw pillows, wooden furniture, black tiles and steel counter create the industrial decoration, old-fashioned and modern at the same time, making you want to have a break. The place reveals one room turned to the counter, facing the barista who prepares you cuppa.
Comfortably seated, the patio door offers you a direct view on the wonderful architecture of the Musée Maillol.
At Cuillier, say good riddance to bad coffee coming from nowhere. The coffee served needed months of travel, tests and researches to create coffees roasted by a Parisian artisan, especially for Cuillier. The coffee of the place coming from small producers change according to seasons. Then, comes the baristas’ dexterity who use top-notch materials, the perfect water and a milk thoroughly selected to bring out the best of coffee.
And because your coffee needs the best, Cuillier Grenelle offers a whole range of quiches, salads and cakes especially cooked by Parisian artisans.
You’re in a rush? Take away your coffee. Expresso, cappuccino or latte, take your coffee away wherever you want (with a delicious cake as a bonus, you’re at the top).
How about a really good coffee, friends?
Café Cuillier Grenelle
68 rue de Grenelle – 75007 Paris
Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
68 Rue de Grenelle
75007 Paris 7
M° Rue du Bac
chocolat chaud: €5
soupes & salades: €7