The Very Best Coffee Shops in Paris

Best Coffee Shops in Paris

The Very Best Coffee Shops in Paris

Are you wondering where are the best coffee shops in Paris? I got you covered! As a Parisian and a foodista, I am always on the hunt for the best places to eat and drink here in Paris. All of the cafes that I am about to share with you serve amazing coffee, lattes and other drinks, plus they have delicious food! Would it be for breakfast, brunch, lunch or teatime, you will enjoy them!

Before you start to dig in my list of the best coffee shops in Paris, I just want to tell you something important. Parisian people love their coffee in the morning and their brunch in the weekend, and those cafes being the best ones of Paris, they are all popular. Therefore, if you do not want to wait in line starving for 30 min to 1 hour in front of the coffee shop, it’s better to come during the week or early morning during the weekend. On Saturday and Sunday, it starts to get busy around 11:30 and if you show up around noon for sure you will have to queue! Now you know 😉

I have ranked those best coffee shops in Paris simply by alphabetical order.

Brunch in 5 Pailles - Paris
Brunch in 5 Pailles - Paris

5 Pailles is a lovely coffee shop located in the buzzling area of Strasbourg – St Denis in Paris. It offers specialty coffee and brunch all day. 5 Pailles was created by 5 friends fed up with not being able to have a decent coffee is the typical Parisian Cafés. They are supplying their coffee from different European roasters, amongst others Lomi in Paris (Berlin: Bonanza, Aarhus: La Cabra, Oslo: Talor& Jørgen). Their matcha latte is excellent too.

All the food is homemade and inspired by a mix between Turkish and Californian cuisine. Here are some of the tasty things you can find on the menu: pastries, cakes, granola bowl, pancakes, salads, toasts, sandwiches, shakshuka, eggs…

The staff is the nicest, which is a great added value!

Vegan options, Gluten Free options and Dairy Free options

My favorite on the menu: the cinnamon roll is to die for!

Location: 79 rue du Faubourg-Saint-Denis 75010 Paris

Opening hours: Weekdays 8:00 to 19:00 and weekends 10:00 to 19:00

Back in Black

Brunch in Back in Black - Paris
Brunch in Back in Black - Paris

Back in Black is a modern coffee shop located close to the lively area of Bastille in Paris. The café is very bright and has been designed by an architect to highlight the work of the barista behind the bar. It’s the second coffee shop opened by the team from KB Coffee Roasters, roasters since 2015 (the other one is near Pigalle in the 9th arrondissement). Their specialty coffee is fresh, seasonal and has a single origin. I also recommend the chai latte.

They serve breakfast all day with homemade food (even the bread and the jams are homemade). Here are some of the delicious things you can find on the menu: pastries, scones and buns, granola bowl, eggs, grilled cheese and other savory dishes.

They even organize workshops if you want to learn how to roast and brew coffee, and how to bake croissants, pains au chocolat or éclairs.

The room is quite big, which is great as it allows many customers.

Vegan options, Gluten Free options and Dairy Free options.

My favorite on the menu: You have to try the Sticky rolls cardamome & Caramel, so original and so indulgent! The French toast with lime cream was also super yummy!

Location: 25 rue Amelot 75011 Paris

Opening hours: Weekdays: 9:00 to 17:00 and Weekends 10:00 to 18:00

Bon Bouquet Café

Brunch in Bon Bouquet Café - Paris
Brunch in Bon Bouquet Café - Paris

Bon Bouquet Café is a pleasant coffee shop of the 9th arrondissement in Paris that will enjoy as soon as you enter thanks to its lovely deco and cozy seats! The specialty coffee is supplied by Coutume Café (a famous Parisian roaster founded in 2011). There are a few colorful lattes that you should try too!

One of the talents of Bon Bouquet Café sits in the presentation of plates. They are all very pretty and often decorated with edible flowers! Here are some of the yummy things you can find on the menu: smoothie bowl, granola bowl, pancakes, French toast, Eggs Benedict, egg burger, avocado toast, cakes and cookies. The staff is super kind!

My favorite on the menu: that French toast OMG!!!

Location: 29 Rue de Trévise 75009 Paris

Opening hours: Weekdays: 9:00 to 16:00 and Weekends: 10:00 to 17:00 (No reservation)

Café Oberkampf

Breakfast in Café Oberkampf, Paris
Breakfast in Café Oberkampf, Paris

Café Oberkampf is a little cozy coffee shop located in the young and dynamic district of Oberkampf in Paris. As it’s rather small and very popular among the locals living in the neighborhood, it gets packed quickly (especially during the weekend). The specialty coffee is coming from the famous Coutume Café in Paris. If you don’t drink coffee you can try their chai latte.

Here are some of the good things you can find on the menu: a version of the traditional French breakfast with bread, and peanut butter, almond butter, or jam, but also some granola bowls, Bircher muesli, grilled cheese sandwiches, avocado toast or shakshuka.

Vegan options, Gluten Free options and Dairy Free options

My favorite on the menu: I didn’t try it but the Shakshuka is one of their specialty! I also recommend the granola bowl and the Bircher muesli.

Location: 3 rue Neuve Popincourt 75011 Paris

Opening hours: Everyday 8:00 to 17:00 (kitchen closing at 15:00) – No reservation

Café Méricourt

Brunch in Café Méricourt, Paris
Brunch in Café Méricourt, Paris

Café Méricourt is a trendy and charming coffee shop that you can also find in the young and dynamic district of Oberkampf in Paris. It’s managed by the same team behind Café Oberkampf (previous paragraph) but the place is bigger. Specialty coffee and an all-day brunch are here to satisfy your needs.

The food is fresh, and the ambiance is very convivial! Here are some of the tempting dishes that you can find on the menu: granola bowls, pancakes, English breakfast, shakshuka, green bowl…

Vegan options, Gluten Free options and Dairy Free options

My favorite on the menu: I just loved the seasonal granola bowl with fresh figs and candied orange and the orange water pancakes with honey and lemon ricotta (just by looking at the ingredients I was already mouthwatering)!

Location: 22 rue de la Folie Méricourt, 75011 Paris

Opening hours: Weekdays 9:00 to 16:00 and Weekends 9:00 to 18:00 (last order at 15:00) – No reservation

Café Pimpin

Brunch in Café Pimpin - Paris
Brunch in Café Pimpin - Paris

In Café Pimpin, located in the 18th arrondissement in Paris, you feel immediately at home thanks to its large family wooden table and its friendly terrace. Their motto is “Good coffee and easy food”! The specialty coffee is coming from the roaster Lomi in Paris. You can also enjoy a fresh pressed juice.

Here are some of the delicious homemade dishes that you can find on the menu: scones, granola bowl, pastries, avocado toast, toasties, soups and salads.

Vegan options, Gluten Free options and Dairy Free options

My favorite on the menu: I really enjoyed the scones!

Location: 64 rue Ramey 75018 Paris.

As this first café was successful, the 2 owners decided to open another address in the 17th arrondissement: 7 Rue Guy Môquet 75017 Paris.

Opening hours: Tuesday to Friday: 8:30-18:00 – Weekends: 11:00- 18:00.

Cuppa Café

Brunch in Cuppa Café - Paris
Brunch in Cuppa Café - Paris

Cuppa Café is a little coffee shop located in the sophisticated 7th arrondissement near the Musée d’Orsay and the Tuileries garden in Paris. The place is small but very bright, and you will find a touch of color here and there with the beautiful bouquets of flowers! Their specialty coffee is coming from London and their roasters is Workshop Coffee. Denis Léonard as a professional barista and owner of the place is taking care of it. Sarah Umer, co-owner of Cuppa Café and partner of Denis, created her own brand of organic vegan golden latte: “Pampille”. You should also give it a try as you are here! 

The plates are full of colors and very nicely presented: a feast for the eyes! Here are some of the appealing dishes that you can find on the menu (all is veggie): pastries, and fresh bread for breakfast, granola bowls, chia pudding, and homemade cakes for all-day brunch, and salads and toasts for lunch.

Vegetarian food with Vegan options, Gluten Free options and Dairy Free options

My favorite on the menu: you will fall in love with the avocado toast! Photogenic AND tasty!

Location: 86 Rue de l’Université 75007 Paris

Opening hours: Tuesday to Friday: 9:00-16:30 and Saturday 10:00-17:00 (closed on Sunday and Monday)

Echo Deli

Brunch in Echo Deli - Paris
Brunch in Echo Deli - Paris

Located in the dynamic district of Le Sentier, Echo Deli is a colorful coffee shop bringing all the Californian vibes to Paris! The manager Matthias Gloppe, a famous poker player, fell in love with LA and decided to open a restaurant in Paris with the famous LA chef Mailea Weger. Their specialty coffee by the roaster Canyon Coffee is also coming from LA!

Everything on the menu is homemade and California inspired, mixing local products and spices from all over the world. Here are some of the enticing dishes that you can find on the menu: pastries, granola bowl, brioche toast, pancakes, eggs dishes, salads, sandwiches, avocado toast, rice bowls, potatoes…

Vegetarian options, Gluten Free options and Dairy Free options

My favorite on the menu: I can’t choose between the Dirty Golden Brioche Toast and Multi-Grain Tropical Pancakes: both were VERY yummy!

Location: 95 Rue d’Aboukir 75002 Paris

Opening hours: Weekdays 9:00-16:00 (last food order 14:45) and Weekends 10:00-17:00 (last food order 15:45)

Holybelly 5

Brunch in Holybelly 5 - Paris
Brunch in Holybelly 5 - Paris

This trendy Australian inspired coffee shop is located in the convivial area of République – Canal St Martin in Paris. The spot is really cool and very popular, lots of expats are working here. Therefore you won’t have any issues ordering in English! One of their coffee roasters is Belleville Brûlerie from Paris.

They serve an all-day breakfast menu with sweet and savory pancakes (their specialty), granola bowl, black rice porridge, eggs dishes, and two special dishes rotating daily. It’s always busy but the service is very fast.

Vegan options, Gluten Free options and Dairy Free options.

My favorite on the menu: the pancakes of course!

Location: 5 Rue Lucien Sampaix 75010 Paris

As the place is very popular, they also have another restaurant in the same street a few meters further: Holybelly 19, in 19 Rue Lucien Sampaix 75010 Paris. This second place is smaller with a different concept: here we share plates like sophisticated tapas for brunch, or we have lunch.

Opening hours: Every day from 9:00 to 17:00 (last food order at 16:00)

Kitsuné Café

Maison Kitsuné is a quality music label, a clothing and design brand, and now even a trendy coffee shop! There are 3 addresses in Paris under the iconic fox logo: two tiny cafes – one in the garden of Palais Royal and one close to the Tuileries (better to take away) – and one design restaurant close to the Louvre Museum. Their coffee is a unique roast, created specifically for the cafe by Workshop Coffee in London. You can also enjoy one of their matcha latte: there is a nice Japanese touch to many things on the menu at Café Kitsuné.

The small cafes in Palais Royal and Tuileries only offers some yummy gluten free cakes, cookies, and shortbreads from NOGLU in Paris. In the restaurant close to the Louvre the chef Chihiro Yamazaki serves some French bistro classics, revisited with a unique Japanese touch. Here are some of the good dishes you can find all day on the menu for breakfast: granola bowl, pastries, Portobello Egg Benedict, avocado toast, or Japanese Dorayaki Pancakes. As it’s a restaurant you also find dishes and desserts for lunch and dinner, and some cocktails.

Be aware that this place is rather expensive, and the portions are small.

Vegetarian options, Gluten Free options and Dairy Free options

My favorite on the menu: I enjoyed the financier and the granola bowl!

Location & Opening hours:

  • In the garden of Palais Royal: 51 Galerie Montpensier 75001 Paris – Every day from 09:30 to 19:00
  • Close to the Louvre Museum (the biggest restaurant): 2 place André Malraux, 75001 Paris – Every day from 08:30 to 23:00
  • Close to the Tuileries: 208 rue de Rivoli 75001 Paris – Every day from 08:30 to 19:30

Obrkof

Brunch in Obrkof - Paris
Brunch in Obrkof - Paris

Obrkof recently opened (summer 2019) in the popular and vibrant district of Oberkampf in Paris. I love the vibes in this coffee shop, the staff is really nice! Their coffee roasters is Belleville Brûlerie from Paris. I had a matcha latte and it was delish.

They are open for breakfast, lunch and teatime in the afternoon, and everything is homemade! Here are some of the tasty sweet things you can try on the menu: granola bowls, fresh bread and toppings, scones, cookies and cakes. If you prefer savory you have the following options: toasties, quiche, avocado toast, soup and salads.

Vegetarian options

My favorite on the menu: I recommend the granola bowl with dark and white chocolate: so yum!

Location: 41 Boulevard Voltaire 75011 Paris

Opening hours: Every day from 8:30 to 17:30 – No reservation

Passager Café

Brunch in Passager Café - Paris
Brunch in Passager Café - Paris

Passager Café is a trendy coffee shop co-founded by an Instagram fashion influencer and is located in the dynamic and diverse area of Ledru-Rollin in Paris (not far from Bastille and Gare de Lyon). The deco of the place is really cool with brick walls, photogenic tiles, lots of windows to let the light enter and a random blue bike against the wall at the back! The barista is serving a coffee from the famous Berlin roaster Five Elephants amongst others. The latte arts are super cute, even if you take a matcha or a chai latte!

What’s on the menu? There is a large choice of pancakes, of bagels, of toasts, of eggs, of French toasts. You can also find a granola bowl, a chia bowl and some pastries.

Vegetarian options

My favorite on the menu: I am still dreaming about that French toast! But if you like savory you’re gonna have to take one of the bagels!

Location: 107 Avenue Ledru-Rollin 75011 Paris

Opening hours: Tuesday-Saturday: 8:30-to 18:30 and Sunday from 10:00 to 18:30 – the kitchen is closing every day at 17:30 (closed on Monday). No reservation.

République of Coffee

République of Coffee is a cool coffee shop located in the popular and friendly area of République in Paris. The decor is very retro with pink neon lights and mirror on the ceiling, and it’s very nice to sit at their glazed terrace. One of their main roasters is The Beans on Fire from Paris. They are also doing great lattes: their charcoal latte is quite cool!

Food wise at Republique of Coffee you can find smoothies bowls, pancakes, French toast, pastries and some Mexican influenced dishes like guacamole toasts, huevos rancheros, veggie bowls, salads or burger. The dishes are homemade.

Vegetarian options.

My favorite on the menu: Check out the homemade cakes at the counter! I always pick the carrot cake (yumm) but the other ones look good too!

Location: 2 Boulevard Saint-Martin, 75010 Paris

Opening hours: Weekdays 8:00 to 19:30 and Weekends 09:00 to 19:30 – No reservation

Saint Pearl

Brunch in Saint Pearl - Paris
Brunch in Saint Pearl - Paris

Saint Pearl is a tiny convivial coffee shop located in the chic area of St Germain in Paris. I loved this place at first sight because of all the wooden furniture (tables and seats) and the stone wall! They serve specialty coffee, but St Pearl is also one of the best places in town for matcha and chai lattes!

The menu is seasonal and homemade. Here are some examples of the treats you can get here: pancakes, French toast, pastries, but also savory toasts, salads, Eggs Benedict, shakshuka and other dishes of the day.

Something to know: there are no toilets here!

Vegan options, Gluten Free options and Dairy Free options

My favorite on the menu: My French toast was absolutely delish!

Location: 38 Rue des Saints-Pères 75007 Paris

Opening hours: Weekdays 8:00 to 19:00, and Weekends :10:30-18:00

Sunday in Soho

Brunch in Sunday in Soho - Paris
Brunch in Sunday in Soho - Paris

Sunday in Soho is a welcoming coffee shop located in the bustling area of Grands Boulevards in Paris. The couple owning the place lived 10 years in NYC. When they moved to Paris, they decided to open the café because they were missing the good vibes and the good food they could find in their local delis in NYC. Not surprising therefore that their motto is “good vibes served daily”! Their specialty coffee is roasted by Coutume Café in Paris. They are also mastering the latte art and they have cool lattes on the menu: like the beetroot latte for example.

The food is American inspired with bacon and eggs breakfast plate, fried chicken, sweets and savory pancakes. But you can also order other yummy dishes for breakfast, brunch or lunch: acai bowl, granola bowl, brioche toast, avocado toast, sandwiches, salad bowls with meat/fish and vegetables, and pastries.

Vegetarian options.

My favorite on the menu: I brought here one of my American friends and she kept on saying how the Naughty Biscuit was amazing (bacon, egg, cheddar on homemade buttermilk biscuit with a side of breakfast potatoes). I am more into sweets and I just love everything here!

Location: 7 Rue Saint-Marc 75002 Paris

Opening hours: Weekdays 8:30 to 16:00 and Weekends 10:30 to 17:00

Télescope

Breakfast in Télescope - Paris
Breakfast in Télescope - Paris

Télescope is a little coffee shop located in the center of Paris close to Palais Royal. The spot is really simple and minimalist and there is no wi-fi, but if there is no effort made on the decoration and the extras, the coffee worth the visit! The owner of the place is really passionate about coffee and the beans are coming from international roasters. Do not hesitate to ask for recommendations! Of course, if you do not drink coffee, you can find something else like lattes. As Telescope is all about coffee, do not expect a real food menu here, but they serve breakfast (bread, scones, granola and yogurt) and cakes.

Lots of customers are locals but expats like Japanese people as the Japanese district is right close by.

My favorite on the menu: I had a scone and a granola and they were both good!

Location: 5 Rue Villedo 75001 Paris

Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 8:30 to 17:00 (closed in the weekend)

I hope you will get the opportunity to try some of those best coffee shops in Paris! This city has a lot of good places to offer and I will keep on sharing them with you! If you want other ideas, take a look at those foodie article:

 

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59 Comments
  • Amy Aed
    Posted at 11:48h, 16 May Reply

    Paris is easily one of the best places for food – but I didn’t check a single one of these out when I visited! I will definitely have to do that when I eventually return.

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:38h, 17 May Reply

      I am glad I gave you new ideas of places to eat and drink for your next visit in Paris Amy!

  • Holidays from Hels
    Posted at 13:02h, 16 May Reply

    Great list! I was hoping to visit Paris in June, but looks like this will be 2021 now. I will be sure to take this guide with me to find the best coffee shops in town! Thanks for sharing.

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:39h, 17 May Reply

      I am sure you will love these cafes the next time you come to Paris! Hopefully in 2021!

  • Val
    Posted at 14:10h, 16 May Reply

    Wow, so many beautiful places to choose from, thanks for sharing them! Those pancakes from Holybelly 5 look fantastic 😀

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:40h, 17 May Reply

      My pleasure Val! Holybelly 5 is definitely a great spot for pancakes stacks! Very yummy!

  • Alice | Girl with a saddle bag
    Posted at 14:29h, 16 May Reply

    What an enticing choice of cafes! WE love going out from coffee and breakfast when we’re away and I could completely picture myself in any of these lovely spots. I cannot wait until we can come back to France, and I’d try out some of these spots without hesitation next time I’m in Paris.

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:41h, 17 May Reply

      I also LOVE a great breakfast/brunch in the morning Alice! I can promise you will enjoy these places next time you will stay in Paris!

  • Jiayi Wang
    Posted at 14:42h, 16 May Reply

    I love sunday in soho! 🙂 These are all such yummy places, you totally made me hungry and I’ll definitely keep this handy for my next visit! 🙂

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:45h, 17 May Reply

      Sunday in Soho is one of my fav Jiayi! Next time you come we can try one of those places together!

  • Suvarna Arora
    Posted at 15:15h, 16 May Reply

    Your food shots are always so amazing and tempting. Obrkorf looks so amazing. I can’t wait to visit Paris and try some of them.

  • Margarida Vasconcelos
    Posted at 16:19h, 16 May Reply

    Wow, everything is beautifully presented and look delicious. Being vegan, I am thrilled to know they offer vegan and gluten-free options. Thanks for sharing.

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 14:38h, 19 May Reply

      You are welcome Margarida! I am sure you will find great food for you there!

  • Marisa
    Posted at 16:51h, 16 May Reply

    I wish I had known about these places when I was traveling frequently to Paris a few years ago! All the food looks so delicious!

  • Tyra seguin
    Posted at 16:56h, 16 May Reply

    So many options! I got to visit a couple of these places during my time in Paris but will definitely have to try the others during my next visit!!

  • Kelly
    Posted at 18:12h, 16 May Reply

    Omg wow. This food looks amazing and some of these lattes are super cute. Although, Sunday in Soho had my heart since it reminds me of NYC. Great post.

  • Alexandra B.
    Posted at 18:52h, 16 May Reply

    Beautiful photography, as always!! I feel like Parisians put so much love into the food they make. It’s so stunning. Perhaps the most stunning I have seen!

  • Val Hansen
    Posted at 19:59h, 16 May Reply

    All these coffee shops look amazing and have such yummy looking food! I only made it to Paris in the airport last October, enroute to Milan-unfortunately I saw zilch from the air, as it was cloudy and just breaking dawn :(..next time! Great post ! How luck you are to live there, I’d give anything to live in Europe for just one year!

    Valerie

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 14:36h, 19 May Reply

      It’s too bad you haven’t visited Paris yet Valerie! I hope you will get this opportunity soon and be able to enjoy the city and it’s coffee shops to the fullest!

  • Jen Nilsson
    Posted at 20:00h, 16 May Reply

    Oh…you took me right back to Paris. THANK YOU for this. I needed it. Your pictures are edible. Your descriptions are magical. I can’t want to return and visit some of your spots!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 14:37h, 19 May Reply

      Thank you SO much for the compliments Jen! I hope your next visit to Paris will allow you to go to those cafes and enjoy them!

  • World of Lina
    Posted at 20:08h, 16 May Reply

    Omg all these places look SO amazing!!! Looking at your photos makes me start drooling.

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:46h, 17 May Reply

      These cafes are really good Alina! Happy that the photos are triggering your senses!

  • Agnes
    Posted at 20:18h, 16 May Reply

    So I just realized I haven’t had breakfast yet. These photos are luscious! We have a tripped planned to Paris in October, and I’m hoping it can still happen. Saving this for later in case it does!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:47h, 17 May Reply

      I will cross my fingers for you Agnes, hoping you can come in October! You will love these cafes so much!

  • Mayi
    Posted at 20:51h, 16 May Reply

    There are so many lovely cafes in Paris. I love Cafe Oberkampf and Kitsune cafe. Food in Paris is for sure delicious and everything on the article looks tasty.

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:47h, 17 May Reply

      I am always discovering new places myself Mayi! You are right Paris has a lot to offer!

  • Or Amir
    Posted at 22:27h, 16 May Reply

    I think that sitting in cafes in European cities is one of the greatest joys in life! Thank you for sharing this great list 🙂

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:50h, 17 May Reply

      You are most welcome Or! Hopefully you can try one of those cafes the day you will visit Paris!

  • Nancy Hann
    Posted at 22:41h, 16 May Reply

    What an awesome list! Thanks for sharing all the details and recommendations. Can’t wait to try some of these.

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:51h, 17 May Reply

      I am glad you appreciate those recommendations Nancy! Hopefully you can visit Paris soon!

  • galatia savva
    Posted at 23:47h, 16 May Reply

    Gooorgeous post! Im a bit sad I didnt read this before my trip to Paris in December to be honest!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:52h, 17 May Reply

      I am so sorry you didn’t try any of them last year Galatia. At least next time you will visit, you will know where to go!

  • Clazz - An Orcadian Abroad
    Posted at 00:01h, 17 May Reply

    Holy moly, these look AMAZING!! How long do I need to spend in Paris to visit ALL of these?!? Hahaha. I mean I could totally visit 5 in a day.

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:54h, 17 May Reply

      You can easily spend the day in those comfy cafes Clazz! For sure you will enjoy them! You have a good reason to come back to Paris 😉

  • Raksha
    Posted at 01:26h, 17 May Reply

    That’s an awesome compilation of cafes. I have never been to Paris but has always been on my list, I will ensure to bookmark this so I can try some if not all of the cafes you have listed,

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:56h, 17 May Reply

      Paris is such an amazing city Raksha! I wish you can come and see it by yourself and enjoy those cafes at the same time!

  • Lekha C
    Posted at 01:54h, 17 May Reply

    These are some of the best food pictures I have ever seen! The charcoal latte seems very interesting. Thank you for sharing.

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:57h, 17 May Reply

      Thank you for the compliment Lekha! The charcoal lattes are so good! I hope you can try some soon!

  • Anna
    Posted at 04:22h, 17 May Reply

    All of these look absolutely amazing! I’d love to visit Paris again just to visit some of these. Looks like we have similar taste as I love all types of cinnamon rolls and french toast also.

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:58h, 17 May Reply

      Perfect Anna! In that case I can tell you will LOVE all these cafes! I hope you can try them by yourself soon!

  • Kelly
    Posted at 17:29h, 17 May Reply

    It’s been 9 years since I was in Paris and this has me seriously craving to go back! All of these cafes look amazing 🙂

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:59h, 19 May Reply

      9 years is a long time ago, the city has changed you should totally come back Kelly! And with this list of coffee shops, you know where to start your day for the time you will be there 😉

  • Aurelia
    Posted at 18:05h, 17 May Reply

    All this places look amazing! Hope to get back to Paris soon!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:08h, 19 May Reply

      I am sure you will love them once you come back to Paris Aurelia!

  • Elizabeth
    Posted at 05:50h, 18 May Reply

    Although I have traveled in Europe a great deal, I still haven’t made it to Paris. When I think of Paris I envision cafes with delicious looking foods like your photos! These places all look so good.

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:09h, 19 May Reply

      I really hope you can visit Paris Elizabeth! This city is so amazing, the food is delicious, the architecture is stunning and there are so many things to do here!

  • Ellis James Designs
    Posted at 10:42h, 18 May Reply

    Bookmarking this for the next time I go!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:09h, 19 May Reply

      Awesome Katrina! Hopefully you can enjoy these cafes soon!

  • Caitlin
    Posted at 11:53h, 19 May Reply

    Eating in Paris might be one of the best things in life. This post is making my HUNGRY!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:10h, 19 May Reply

      I cannot agree more Caitlin! The food scene here is amazing!

  • Bettina
    Posted at 01:52h, 20 May Reply

    OMG all of these coffee shops look incredible! I would love to come back to Paris and visit all these places!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:51h, 20 May Reply

      I would love to take you to those cafes Bettina! You will love them for sure!

  • Allie Mackin
    Posted at 20:13h, 02 June Reply

    Oh wow! Thank you for this super useful information for the next time I am in Paris. Though not sure when that will be. I usually go in the fall for FW and to visit my step family who live there or just west in the Bolougne area. But I don’t think I will make it this year. You do photography? Me too!! I like to shoot street style and do in NY and Paris. I also blog and vlog about my trips. Perhaps when I do come to Paris we may be able to meet up. Just don’t know when that will be : ( merci pour ca post!
    Allie

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 23:55h, 13 June Reply

      Hi Allie, I am glad you find this list of coffee shops useful for your next visit to Paris (whenever you can come here again)!

  • Sheryl
    Posted at 08:44h, 29 July Reply

    Yes! I’ve found the ultimate resource for cafes in Paris! I hope I get to go soon and check all these out! Your photos look amazing!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 00:13h, 09 August Reply

      ahah yes I am a foodie and I love to find the best places to eat everywhere I go, and especially in Paris where I live! Hope you can try these out Sheryl!

  • Sheryl
    Posted at 08:44h, 29 July Reply

    Yes! I’ve found the ultimate resource for cafes in Paris! I hope I get to go soon and check all these out! Your photos look amazing!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 20:16h, 17 August Reply

      Thank you Sheryl! I am glad I can help you for your next visit in Paris!

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