Discovering the most beautiful Parisian tea times

Luxury, calm and voluptuousness will be the order of the day when you enjoy your tea time in the most beautiful places in Paris. Here is our selection to delight your eyes and especially your taste buds !


The most chic at the Plaza Athenée


At 25 avenue Montaigne, in the mythical Plaza Athénée hotel, the “Galerie” welcomes the curious for a gourmet break. In this magnificent hotel setting, you will have the choice between three different tea times. The first, the tea-time of the hotel’s pastry chef, Angela Musa, consists of a selection of fine pastries inspired by the chef, accompanied by a cold or hot drink (€60). The gallery snack is accompanied by a champagne cocktail (€70). Finally, the Plaza Athénée snack completes the formula with a Plaza croque or a club sandwich and a hot drink. (80 €)


Tutti Frutti British at Le Meurice


At Le Meurice, tea time, in addition to being served in the establishment’s magnificent restaurant “Le Dalí“, features creations by the pastry chef famous for his realistic fruit creations, Cédric Grolet. In the sublime setting designed by Philippe Starck, one can enjoy a hot drink, accompanied by scones and their jam and cream. In keeping with the English spirit, there is also an assortment of savoury finger sandwiches. The menu is complemented by a selection of the chef’s pastries, depending on the season. (60 €)



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Cosy at l’Hôtel du Louvre


Located on Place André Malraux, the Officine de Hôtel du Louvre welcomes you to its intimate, planted bar for tea-times designed for cosy, warm moments. At weekends and all year round, Julien Delhome, the hotel’s pastry chef, offers his gourmet and very appetizing creations. The tea time includes an assortment of travel cakes (vanilla flan, cookie…) or the very special creation of the moment. To accompany these sweets, you will also have the choice between an exceptional Malongo coffee or a tea from Dammann Frères. (30 €)



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A moment in the Mediterranean at Laurier


This new confidential address will not remain so for long. On the second floor of the Galeries Lafayette Champs-Elysées, take a trip to Laurier for modern and creative Mediterranean cuisine, punctuated with Hellenic influences. The restaurant turns into a tea room in its spare time to enjoy the specialities of chef Andréas Mavrommatis. Pistachio macaroons, baklava, date-filled shortbread… accompany the daily pastries proposed by the Chef. Juices, coffee and Mariages Frères tea complete the tea time with a view of the Champs-Elysées.


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Passionnée par l’art et la mode, Hélène s’oriente vers une école de stylisme: l’Atelier Chardon-Savard. Elle complète ensuite sa formation par un MBA en Marketing à l’ISG. Elle a écrit pour le magazine Do it in Paris et se spécialise en rédaction d’articles concernant le luxe, l’art et la mode au sein de Luxus +.


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