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Carette, the Parisian chic
Carette, 2 salons de thé à Paris

WE love
: the terraces of the Place des Vosges or Trocadero
Specialties:  his macaroons, his scrambled eggs, his sandwiches with sandwich bread
Atmosphere:  a Paris art deco institution
Places :   2 addresses in Paris: Place du Trocadéro (historic site), Place des Vosges (ideally located)

Carette: a timeless tea room and two very pleasant addresses:

The restaurant - Carette tea salon in the Place du Trocadero has been an institution in Paris since 1927. Art Deco style, with a nice terrace on the Place du Trocadero, it is a place very popular with Parisians.

In 2009, Carette opened a new address extremely well located under the arcades of the Place des Vosges. Here too the decoration is neat and the terrace very pleasant.


Carette: small details on the map, just to make you want!

Carette is particularly famous for his macaroons, his pastries in general, his hot chocolate, his scrambled eggs, his brunch and his small sandwiches with breadcrumbs.
We come here every hour of the day, from breakfast to dinner. Want a little indulgence in the evening, the two Carette tea rooms are open late at night!


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Carette: several addresses in Paris and 2 tea rooms open late at night

Carette has two tea rooms and a pastry shop in Paris. They are all located in very tourist areas of Paris. The historic restaurant is Place du Trocadero. Opened in 1923, it is typically art deco. The 2nd tea room is Place des Vosges, in the Marais. Finally a pastry (no on-site consumption) has opened place du Tertre in Montmartre . The 2 Carette tea rooms have the advantage of being open very late at night. Ideal for gourmands!

      • in the 3rd (Marais): 25 Place des Vosges - Open daily from 7:30 am to midnight   -> see on the map
      • in the 16th: 4 Place du Trocadéro - Open every day from 7am to 11.30pm   -> see on the map
      • in the 18th at Montmartre (pastry only): 7 Place du Tertre - Open every day from 9h to 20h -> see on the map


patisseries et salons de thé à Paris

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