© Time Out
© Time Out
This English-themed café run by a Franco-British couple stands out for the quality of its ingredients – organic or from small producers – as well as the too-good-to-be-true puddings: carrot cake, sticky toffee pudding and, in winter, a chocolate-chestnut tart. The DIY salad plate is crunchily satisfying, but the thin-crusted pizzettes, daily soups and occasional risottos are equally good choices. Don't expect much beyond scones in the morning except at weekends, when brunch is served to a packed-out house. The dining room is minimalist but welcoming.
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|Venue name:||Rose Bakery||Contact:|
46 rue des Martyrs
|Opening hours:||9am-6pm Tue-Fri (food served noon-5.30pm to eat in); 9am-6pm Sat, Sun (food served noon-5.15pm to eat in). Closed 2wks Aug & 1wk Dec|
|Transport:||Metro : Saint-Georges|
|Price:||Main courses €14,50-€17|
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The café is far too expensive for what it is. I was there yesterday for lunch. I had a slice of quiche and my friend had scrambled egg and smoked salmon (this alone cost €17.50. We both had a fruit juice and a dessert. The bill came to 61€. The place isn't even a restaurant and the food isn't even that good. Had I not stuffed myself with bread I was have left the place still feeling hungry. Give it a wide birth. Besides this the staff is miserable and if you ever see the owner, he'll freeze you with his icy, miserable stare.