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Rose Bakery, Paris

(1.9/5 based on 75 reviews on the web)
Rose Bakery is an English-themed café run by a Franco-British couple in the bustling city of Paris. This praised venue stands out for the quality of its ingredients--organic or from small producers. You also can’t leave the café without trying the mind-blowing puddings, including carrot cake, sticky toffee pudding, and in winter, a chocolate-chestnut tart.

If you’re looking for a healthy option, the do-it-yourself salad plate fits the bill, but the thin-crusted mini pizzas, daily soups, and occasional risottos are also good choices. Lunch and brunch tend to be the most popular times at Rose Bakery and can sometimes draw a busy crowd. To visit Rose Bakery and get the most from your holiday in Paris, create itinerary details personal to you using our Paris trip generator.
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  • Pretentious home by the guy at the entrance! What is it? Because it has the tail a Sunday at 12.30? The staff seems overwhelmed very quickly except to bring the Bill dish too expensive for what it is even not 2 leaves of salad with brief, too expensive, too pretentious quiche in addition to feel pushed out after a meal because others are waiting... Not up to our expectations
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  • I saw that there were filled at Rose bakery, as we walked past it and had read about it since we were in there, I got salmon and eggs. The Committee was not so big, but I don't think it or my boyfriend food, was something special. It was ok for the price. The juice was good.
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  • We tested yesterday Rose Backery brunch. English-style place with british service. The atmosphere is warm. Get there early to have the cat place they do not take reservations, except for large groups. The map is quite varied, with vegetarian options. We opted for the cheese muffins accompanied by eggs scrambled. The eggs were perfectly cooked, delicious! Quality is at the appointment you! It should be noted that there is no menu and this expensive fast. The drinks were good (cappuccino, juice, chocolate...). The service was not very friendly: friendly service leaves to be desired, following customers who wait in the entrance, adding false - fortunately we checked because otherwise we would have paid double what we ordered! The waitress didn't even rechecke before giving us the check... Not top... Good but expensive!
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  • Well made healthy food, but not very good value. They've gotten quite expensive, unless you eat very small portions, you'll pay between 15 and 30€ for lunch! You can get a really nice meal in this hood for that price.
  • Healthy and tasty brunch options like avocado with poached eggs on grain toast, fresh green juices and almond milk lattes.
  • Not the best value but delicious brunch nevertheless.
  • I was so disappointed by their coffee. They served a coffee that shouldn't be on the table of their customer. They explained that it was someone new who made it but still i was disappointed. I might not go back there.
  • I found this on a cheap eats article. It wasn't too cheap and not tasty enough to justify the cost. Only tried an eggplant tart though. Some of the sweets looked pretty good. Also I was told I could buy something at the accompanying bakery and eat it in the coffee shop bc they were linked. However another person on staff rather bluntly told me his associate shouldn't have told me that when I brought over the tart to sit and eat with an espresso. Funny though bc he immediately asked if I wanted it warmed, so...just kinda unnecessary awkwardness.I then had zero service as the staff had a bar training session and forgot I existed. I had to pay at the bakery bc i only had a card. Smh.