Photo courtesy of Les Artizans Facebook Page
New on the block, the welcoming window of pastries will lure you in, even if it's still breakfast time.And good thing. Because once inside this charming rue Montorgueil addition, you'll instantly see... Read More
New on the block, the welcoming window of pastries will lure you in, even if it's still breakfast time.And good thing. Because once inside this charming rue Montorgueil addition, you'll instantly see that this is a restaurant as well as a pastry shop. If you sit at the counter you can order your coffee and pay comptoir prices (TIP: it's the cheapest way in France to drink your coffee). But if you're staying for breakfast, make yourself comfortable at one of the nicely laid tables and order something more fulfilling. We're not talking American breakfast fulfilling here, but quiche, croissants and buttered, toasted baguettes with fresh confiture are coming right up if you ask for them.
30 rue Montorgueil
- Breakfast: "Do indulge after your meal and get one, or more, pastries to enjoy as a breakfast dessert or to take away with you to enjoy later. Everything here is homemade, hence the name, Artizans."
- Best for Breakfast Because: Montorgueil, the food lover's street of Paris, is always a fun place to dine. This is a quality new addition to the trending neighborhood.