November 22, 2016

Best coffee in Paris part 1: The Broken Arm

the broken arm 7 the broken arm 8 the broken arm 6 I have been visiting some amazing very Instagram friendly cafes lately, and that is from I got the idea to start making my own list of the best coffee places in Paris. Here it's not the easiest thing to find a nice coffee spot with good lattes in beautiful cups supported with a photogenic environment. It has become better lately with the hipster culture rising up also in the promised land of espressos and dry cookies (sorry).

Here comes my first suggestion. We went to The Broken Arm with Milla last Tuesday. It's situated in the heart of Marais, close to metro Temple and Republique. The Broken Arm is at the same time a luxury concept store and a cafe. The concept store is right next door and also definitely worth a visit with it's effortless, minimal, slightly scandinavian luxury style. As it was breakfast time, we decided to share some black bread toasts and a cookie. The toasts were 8 e each, lattes 4 e and the cookie was 2,5 e. There was  also some granolas and other pastries on the breakfast menu which looked rather delicious. I really recommend the avocado toast and the cookie. Super yummy! All in all a nice calm spot for breakfast or lunch (there is an everyday changing lunch menu with prices ranging from 6,5 e to 20 e).

12 rue Perrée, 75003 Paris

Metro Temple or Republique

Tuesday-Saturday from 9-19

Sunday & Monday closed

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