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Rose Bakery, Paris

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2/5 based on 70+ 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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  • Good place for a stop to rest. Has options of sweets, cakes and snacks. Quick service and good price.
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  • 1: Loved the quiche. 2: which was a bit of luck bcos we ordered it only because it was the only reasonably priced item on the menu that seemed filling. 3: all the other things on the menu, which were ...  read more »
  • We had a Saturday morning brunch here. It was absolutely delicious. The ingredients were all good quality which meant everything tasted very special and just more flavoursome than lots of meals out. A...  read more »
  • Terribly and outrageously expensive. €8 /£6,15 /9 US$ for one muffin. The place was ugly and dirty, the staff rude. The place doesn't tell you the prices in advance, they should have price cards. Even the receipt only showed the total and not the different prices. If I could give it zero stars, I would. Expensive, ugly, rude. Terrible place.
  • Their quiche is delicious. But the place is overrated and everything is fairly expensive. Our glasses weren't quite cleaned and the tray where they store forks and knives (next to the smeg fridge) hasn't been washed for a while. Easy to tell hygiene is not a primary concern.
  • I ate there at noon today. I ordered a quiche and a bowl of salad. Both arrived in the same bowl. There were perhaps 10 pieces of lettuce. When I left, the woman said I owned 16 Euros without showing me a bill. Next time, if I ever go back again, I'll demand a bill so that I can double check the prices of the food. It's listed in a cheap eats book, but it's only cheap if you keep an eye on what you're ordering. It can get very expensive, very fast. The food is fine, the deco like eating in a garage, and the staff were friendly enough, but I feel like I was not given a complete order and was overcharged to boot.
  • Breakfast on Sunday morning, organic style and authentic, try the bread baked pudding!
  • British chef Rose Carrarini opened her first lunch spot about ten years ago bringing hearty healthy breakfasts and lunches to Paris' rue des Martyrs. By noon each day, the bakery is packed with locals devourering her organic salads and sandwiches and the delicious cakes and pastries, all prepared fresh from the market's ripest ingredients. Today, Rose Bakery has two locations where you can eat in with a daily special and British favorites like sticky toffee pudding, or simply take a scone and tea to go. Great vegetarian options. The service can be a bit rushed and not always with a smile but the quality of the food makes up for it. The weekend brunch brings the crowds so prepare to wait if you don't arrive early.
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