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Paris. 5 must to visit coffee spots

Paris. 5 must to visit coffee spots

Coffee. Honor

A slightly unusual coffee and tea shop opened by an Australian-English couple is a great success, considering it is located in a part of the city where sit-down chic restaurants are preferred. As it turned out, the locals were hungry for something simpler, yet with great quality, and they get it here, at Honor. The line never ends. Great specialty coffee and teas, some pastries (more Australian-English style), and simple lunch dishes like quiche and sandwiches. Now with 6 seats in the back of the shop to sit down. Address: 54 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris. Instagram: @honorcafe

Coutume cafe

I still love the specialty coffee they make, as well as their breakfast menu with pancakes and sandwiches, and lunch with all that’s in season and fresh. And yes, they have cakes too – more English/American, but excellent, nevertheless. Address: 47 Rue de Babylone, Paris. Instagram: @coutumecafe

Coffee and yuzu tea. Cafe Kitsune

Cafe Kitsune is a small, well-kept secret gem in the heart of Paris. This super tiny and chic place is not just for looking at, it is also to be enjoyed. Be it your espresso, macchiato or cappuccino, enjoy it right there standing at the counter or take away on a walk in the Jardin du Palais Royal. Tea lovers – their yuzu tea with honey is something totally amazing, perfect for cold days. Address: Jardin du Palais Royal, 51 Galerie de Montpensier, Paris. Instagram: @cafekitsune

For sourdough and coffee. Ten belles bakery

Thank God, they closed Ten Belles coffee shop for renovations, because now there's this. This is one of the coolest sourdough bread bakeries in the city (some locals think it is too moist and modern), but I say it is just perfect. Learn from the locals, and get your coffee and a plate of bread with butter and jam for breakfast; come back for lunch to enjoy one of their sandwiches, soup, or salads, and take some bread home. BTW – it travels great to have something back home that reminds you of Paris. Address: 17-19 Rue Breguet, Paris. Instagram: @tenbellesbread

Craft cafe

Locals use it as a co-working space and coffee freaks as their coffee shop – where freshly-made light lunch bagels, buns, soups, and quiches are served, too. Address: 24 Rue des Vinaigriers, Paris. Address: 24 Rue des Vinaigriers, Paris. Craft Cafe

Story and pictures: Signe Meirane
Camera: Some pictures taken with Sony Alpha 7s. Few with Samsung Galaxy Note8

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