Tell me what you read, I’ll tell you what you drink.
Such is the philosophy of this cozy place located right off the historical place des Vosges, where each tea is inspired by a literary current.
For fans of Proust, the tea of French writers, pour for readers of the Karamazov brothers there is the tea or Russian writers.
Everything here pays homage to reading and words, including the "writers’ tea platter" at lunch time. Choose the daily millefeuille or the seasonal zucchini and cheese puff pastry served with a little soup and four trimmings selected by the Japanese chef.
The tasting takes place in the library corner, on the Chesterfield banquette with a great view on the kitchen.
We adore : the library stationary corner for its avant-garde selection and its little hyper girly note pads.
The must: taking out a book to spike your meal.
The writer’s platter 15€.
Lunch served from noon to 2h30 pm