A tea salon is PERFECT to meet with your friends and take the time to catch up. We find many hot drinks to enjoy with gourmet pastries, everything to treat yourself with a gourmet treat in the French capital!
Tea salons are more and more enjoyed, and each address has its image: rather laid-back, rather elegant or very luxurious, a tea salon is the place of all passions where you loose track of time and allow yourselves your guilty pleasures.
Here’s the list of the best tea salons in Paris:
The major tea salons
Ladurée tea salon
Ladurée is one of the major houses in Paris: we’ve rarely seen the tea salon empty, and for good reason, Ladurée macarons are a genuine institution worldwide. On the Champs-Elysées, we can enjoy delicious cream puffs, saint-honorés, mille-feuilles and Sissi tarts.
Angelina historic tea salon
Angelina rivoli tea salon is a timeless address in Paris. For a century, Angelina is a “high place of Parisian gourmet pleasures”. We find the all-time famous French pastries to enjoy in an atypical setting with a certain charm that met many celebrities!
Café Pouchkine Madeleine
In Place de la Madeleine opened a huge and superb Café Pouchkine covering two floors. This is the perfect place to have a seat, a sip and a sweet treat while enjoying a view over the Madeleine Church.
Sophisticated tea salons
Le Dali at Meurice
Meurice restaurant is a magical place to have a break. With its teatime expected to be a comforting moment in a surprising setting with the pastries of the very talented Cédric Grolet or just around a pastry, Meurice will make you forget all your worries.
Shangri-La Hotel Paris
Shangri-La Hotel Paris pastry chef Michaël Bartocetti regularly renews his afternoon tea with seasonal fruits as well as a 100% vegan afternoon break. Yes, the chef is now known everywhere in Paris to create pure delights without using eggs or cow’s milk, a genuine exploit to taste without any hesitation!
Burgundy Paris offers us a sweet relaxing moment with its teatime served daily in its restaurant, Le Baudelaire. Finger sandwiches, and mini pastries are to be enjoyed with a hot drink or a fruit juice so that you can unwind and catch up with your special someone.
Grandes Maisons tea salons
Champs-Elysées Pavillon Lenôtre
On the Champs-Elysées, facing the Grand Palais, Lenôtre expects us for a gourmet break with its famous pastries and teas in a place that doesn’t lack charm.
Dalloyau tea salon
How about having breakfast or lunch in a quiet and refined setting? Since 1802, the Gastronomic Maison Dalloyau founded by Jean-Baptiste Dalloyau offers us creations worthy of “French art de vivre and art of receiving”.
Betjeman & Barton tea bar
Betjeman & Barton decided to turn one of its store into a salon and to open the first Parisian tea bar. We can taste not less than 150 selections of the houses served with some sweet treats in a cozy and very British setting.
Eiffel Tower Mariage Frères tea salon
The famous and historic Tea House, Mariage Frères opened a new tea salon and counter in Paris, a stone’s throw from the Eiffel Tower. We discover a very smart and colorful décor, a large choice of teas and exceptional teapots and in the back, a wide salon area so that you can have lunch or dinner while looking over a green patio.
Twinings tea salon at WHSmith
The famous bookstore WHSmith opens a Twinings tea salon in Paris and takes us to the London we like. On the first floor of the legendary British bookstore, facing the Tuileries garden, a tea room offers us 100% British breakfasts and many exceptional teas to enjoy with scones and American pastries while reading a good book.
Teatime by Senoble
Lovers of sweet treats and pastries, head over Senoble Parisian store to fulfill your taste buds thanks to the teatime of the famous family brand likely to make you melt!
Chefs’ tea salons
Cyril Lignac and Benoit Couvrand’s chocolate factory
A new gourmet address has just opened in Paris. Called La Chocolaterie, this new store has been thought up by two of the best pastry chefs: Cyril Lignac and Benoit Couvrant.
Michel Cluizel opens its tea salon in Neuilly
Manufacture Cluizel opens an all things chocolate tea salon in a street of Neuilly-sur-Seine: madeleines, financiers, shortbreads, cakes and obviously, chocolate bonbons are the stars of this cozy place open every day!
Acide by Jonathan Blot
If you’re a sweet tooth, you may know Jonathan Blot’s store specialized in macarons and settled in Paris 17th arrondissement. Facing his success, the pastry chef decided to open a second address. Called “Acide”, this tea salon is a true dessert restaurant!
Patisserie des Tuileries by Sébastien Gaudard
Located in a former art gallery, this tea salon offers about fifty seats and is a unique place to enjoy delicious pastries.
KL patisserie, the tea salon by Kevin Lacote
This is an address all foodies should try! Located at Wagram, KL Pâtisserie is 32-year old pastry chef Kévin Lacote’s first tea salon likely to make you succumb with classics plated on order and pastries to die for!
Yann Couvreur’s pastry shop and tea salon
Prodigy of the Parisian pastry, Yann Couvreur welcomes you in his first pastry shop in Paris 10th arrondissement, Goncourt metro station. Viennoiseries, fine pastries, dessert on order, quality coffee and tea. To take away or eat on the spot at the salon, we’re over the moon.
Sweet-toothed friends, here’s a new Parisian address likely to amaze your eyes, tickle your tasted buds and make your mouths water. Without further ado, head to rue Saint Dominique in Paris 7th arrondissement to discover the first store and tea salon by Karamel Paris, opened by pastry chef Nicolas Haelewyn.
After his major pastry store located rue des Martyrs, Sébastien Gaudard opened a tea salon near the Tuileries, the place of all gourmet delights.
Unique tea salons
The Paris Mosque tea salon
The Paris Mosque is the right place to have a Moroccan tea! The journey is served with delicious oriental treats in a unique atmosphere. Both gourmet and exotic.
George Cannon tea salon
Located near Saint-Placide metro station, George Cannon tea salon is one of the most charming places in the 6th arrondissement. Devoted to wellness and tea thousands of flavors, it features an era dedicated to treatments and a tea salon without forgetting the store.
Tea Lichou, the easy-going tea salon
A super tea salon where it feels good to have a seat and enjoy a nice organic tea, a homemade cake and read a book, it’s Tea Lichou. Whether you’re with your friends or family, this regressive tea salon has delicious slices of bread and exquisite homemade pasties to seduce you. How about a sweet break?
Romain Lièvre pastry shop
For his first store, pastry chef Romain Lièvre wished to rank pastry at the jewelry level by displaying his creations in genuine boxes. With your lover, after work or at the end of the evening, a foot in this lounge-like store will take you to the moon, because choosing your pastry is as delighting and exciting than choosing a ring at a jeweler.
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La Parisienne opens its first tearoom
On 7 March 2017, Paris saw a new tearoom opening near Gare de Lyon: it belongs to the baker, Mickaël Redydellet, who already owns several bakeries in many parts of the city!
Marlette settles at the third floor of BHV Marais and invites you to discover its new café-store watching over the Place de l’Hôtel de Ville.
Would you like to discover a relaxing venue that looks unique so that you can work, talk, meet or play? If so, head to Anticafé, a café where you can enjoy drinks, cakes and fruits as much as you want.
Cueillette Coftea Shop
Why choosing between a good cup of coffee and a tasty cup of tea? Cueillette Coftea Shop is the brand-new coffee shop and tearoom in Paris Belleville offering exceptional teas and home-roast coffee. The whole is served with homemade cakes and gourmet treats… Delightful moment ahead!
Le Loir dans la théière
Le Loir dans la théière is a tea salon know by each and every Parisian worthy of this name. first of all, this salon is a reference to Lewis Caroll’s work “Alice in Wonderland”. Here, the idea is to make you enjoy “simple” cakes in a cozy and bohemian atmosphere… and in the Marais area, please!
Umami Matcha Café
Umami Matcha Café is the very first tea salon dedicated to Japanese matcha tea in France. Have a go to the delicatessen corner of the café that has nice surprises in store for tea lovers, ceramics tableware, Japanese drinks, condiments and other curiosities…
The new pastry store in Paris 10th arrondissement, Gastel opens with a large range of fine and delicious pastries. Come along and have a seat in this tea salon for a lunch al fresco or a delicious teatime. And for curious foodies, come discover our favorite spot…
Halfway through the Invalides and the Bon Marché, there’s a tea salon-restaurant called “Eh Oui”. A salon that offers a simple but family cuisine. Everything is homemade and cooked with fresh products, inspired by the Mediterranean. Don’t miss the occasion to have a gourmet break! Take your pick and enjoy the best teas served with sweet treats and pastries. A relaxing and gourmet break.
Aki Café: the Japanse tea salon
Aki Café is the latest store that opened in rue Sainte-Anne. This Japanese café-tea salon presents the perfect place for a gourmet and original break in the heart of Paris!
Thé-ritoires: the tea salon that takes you on a journey
Arnaud Bachelin opens its very first pied-à-terre in Paris under the name Thé-ritoires with an eponymous tea salon located 5 rue de Condé. Tea tastings and English snacks, you can purchase exceptional teas imported from all over the world. This new store is likely to delight connoisseurs and convert rookies.
A oh-so British tea salon in the heart of Pars. T’Cup is a family and 100% British inspired tea salon! We come along for the breakfast Cream Tea, for its very affordable English teatime, for its incredible cheddar burger, its Sunday roast or to simply wander around its super library, to work or to have a gourmet break in Lewis Carroll’s country!
The cozy restaurant-tea salon, the friendly canteen, and tea-salon located in Paris 16th arrondissement, Thé Cool is take over and has a new décor designed by Sarah Lavoine. A light and cozy setting, a fresh and simple menu, gourmet and homemade pastries, what else could we ask for?
Les Souris Dansent
Les Souris Dansent (LSD) is the new trendy spot in the Montorgueil neighborhood. People come along to eat, drink, read, talk with their table neighbors, dance, roar with laughter – and even to sulk in the petit salon when it’s raining. In the place of life and sharing, we enjoy – among other things – Yann Le Gall’s kawai pastries, when the cat’s away, the mice will play.
Café Foufou, the coffee shop
Café Foufou is the new coffee shop set a stone’s throw from the Cirque d’Hiver. If you enjoy nice coffee and you’re looking for a place to settled down and grab a bite, this is the place to be.
Take your pick and enjoy the best teas, along with sweets and pastries. Take a break and endulge!