I often feel that as years go by, more and more Parisians eat out. This may be because apartments are getting smaller which makes it harder to host people at home. As for me, I love to walk around the city and take the time to have a real meal a few times a week. That is to say not having a meal on my desk that starts at 3pm and ends at 6pm because I’m on the computer or on the phone. So today I’d like to share a new address for this “weekend stories” installment… Le Café Fauve… a mix between art and fresh taste.
Le Café Fauve is actually a auction place where there is a coffee shop surrounded by art deco pieces. I found out about it while walking in the Bastille district. On the menu there are fresh salads and seasonal produce prepared carefully. In the afternoon, the restaurant is transformed into a real tea parlor, where you can settle down to work.
Le Café Fauve
du mardi au samedi de midi à minuit / brunch le samedi de 12h00 à 15h
au 38 rue Amelot
PHOTOGRAPHED ON MAY 16TH 2015, IN PARIS!