A new place has been delighting locals and passersby since this past March by the Luxembourg garden: Le Pont Traversé.
Set rue de Vaugirard, Le Pont Traversé is both a coffee shop, a restaurant – more like a canteen – and a delicatessen.
Behind Le Pont Traversé hides female entrepreneur Frédérique Jules, already behind Noglu restaurants – one of them being set in Paris, the other in New York.
Behind its listed façade, Le Pont Traversé aims at being a new trendy address in Paris 6th arrondissement, and beyond, in the Left Bank area. This place used to be a bookstore (and a butcher’s shop before that), the creator has changed into a design local canteen, helped by Régis Godon Dilla.
At Le Pont Traversé, you can find healthy food, drinks, and delicatessen staples. On the menu, specialty coffees, teas, and herbal teas, cold-squeezed juices, as well as lemonade, and homemade iced tea.
As for food, Le Pont Traversé serves a healthy street-food menu created by Frédérique Jules. On the menu then soups, pita bread, salads, and bagels for the savory part. As for the sweet section, scones, babka, cookies, banana bread, carrot cake, and donuts are also available.
On Le Pont Traversé shelves, you will find homemade jams and spreads, as well as chocolate, tea, coffee, and olive oil. Only good things, then.
Moving on to the décor, emerald-green glazed earthenware from when it was a butcher’s shop mixed with original marble and mirrors, and a few bargain-hunted knickknacks.
Le Pont Traversé menu is available in click & collect.
Please note Le Pont Traversé enjoys a terrace, which is very important and even essential in these troubled times.
Dates and Opening Time
Starts 12 May 2021
Le Pont Traversé
62 Rue de Vaugirard
75006 Paris 6
Saint-Sulpice (ligne 4)
Notre-Dame-des-Champs (ligne 12)