This lovely small café became our favorite stop for a treat after touring Paris sites. The owner, Marie, was welcoming and helped us choose which tasty treat would accompany our espresso and café allonger (the Parisian name for an Americano). All the pastries we tried were decadently delicious and not overly sweet (e.g. a mixed berry tart, chocolate mousse cake, crème brûlée cake, chocolate brownie). I wish we'd had time to try them all. We did not have a meal here but the food arriving at other tables looked scrumptious. The café is clean (including the washroom) and has comfortable seating; we never felt crammed in and were never rushed to leave. Based on what we saw at a nearby boulangerie and other restaurants, Pain et Chocolat prices are reasonable but it was more than that that drew us here. It was a very nice place to relax and unwind after a busy day. Open for breakfast and lunch till late afternoon. The fresh pastries are available anytime but don't wait too late in the day if you want to see the wonderful assortment of choices.
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