By My B. Photos by My B. Posted Jun 29, 2022 7:44 AM
With the good weather, we want to go green and find good cafes and green restaurants that are a little confidential. Between a museum terrace or a sunny terrace nestled in a beautiful park or garden, here is our selection of tips for relaxing and enjoying yourself in the sun.
You are looking for a beautiful terrace in a parisian garden ? We have what you need. It must be said that the capital is not lacking in good plans cafes and restaurants to go green without leaving the capital. To please you for sure, we reveal our nuggets that we love, the hidden and sometimes confidential rare pearls that will make you relax while admiring the vegetation and the pretty flowers. Note the sunglasses and the book, it’s time to be zen while feasting your taste buds.
Café Renoir, the superb hidden terrace of the Musée de Montmartre
The Café Renoir, hidden in the garden of the Musée de Montmartre awaits you for an exotic break in its glass roof or in its green garden in summer. A stone’s throw from the Sacré Coeur, come and take a bucolic and gourmet break in this hidden and confidential terrace-tea room which offers a sweet and savory offer. [Lire la suite]
Café Mulot, the hidden restaurant in the House of Victor Hugo
Sponsored – A walk in the Marais? Take a short break at Café Mulot, the French-style café-restaurant nestled in the heart of the iconic Place des Vosges! This address is ideal for quenching your thirst, having lunch or savoring a homemade pastry, far from the hustle and bustle of Paris and the summer heat. [Lire la suite]
Fika Paris, the new relaxation Café of the Swedish Institute
Fika is the name of the new café that has opened its doors at the Swedish Institute. In the courtyard paved with a cultural site that puts Sweden in the spotlight, we discover a welcoming and bright coffee shop with terrace, which offers us lovely Swedish specialties. [Lire la suite]
Fabula, the terrace restaurant by Thibaut Spiwack (Top Chef) at the Carnavalet Museum is revealed
Fabula, here is the name of the ephemeral restaurant of the Top Chef candidate Thibaut Spiwack who settled until October in the Carnavalet Museum. We go to treat ourselves to a beautiful, delicious and committed cuisine in a historic setting. [Lire la suite]
Les Petites Mains in the gardens of the Palais Galliera: Spring cuisine by Justine Piluso
The gardens of the Palais Galliera once again welcome the ephemeral restaurant Les Petites Mains. In the kitchen, top chef Justine Piluso; on the plates, fresh, springtime cuisine; and for the sweet part, creations by pastry chef Jeffrey Cagnes. The ideal spot to enjoy the sun, facing the Eiffel Tower. [Lire la suite]
Rose Bakery at the Maison de Balzac, the café-tea room in a bucolic garden
A confidential coffee shop nestled in the hidden and verdant garden of the Maison de Balzac, that’s what to entice us. With its entirely organic and homemade menu, its bright setting overlooking a relaxing garden and its view of the Eiffel Tower, it’s hard not to be seduced. [Lire la suite]
Les Belles Plantes, restaurant-terrace of the Jardin des Plantes back
Les Belles Plantes is the name of the café-brasserie in the Jardin des Plantes which is making a comeback after hosting Manzili by Mohamed Cheick last summer. Two beautiful green terraces, a chic and rustic decor, boards to share and fresh and tasty cuisine, this is a spot that has something to seduce. [Lire la suite]
L’Augustine, the restaurant of the Rodin Museum
Now reopened, the Rodin museum unveils its new restaurant, L’Augustine, and its beautiful green terrace overlooking the museum’s sculpture garden. A little haven of peace and delicacies thanks to chef Amandine Chaignot. [Lire la suite]
Café Jacques, for a gourmet break at the Musée du Quai Branly
Café Jacques, the bistronomic restaurant located in the green garden of the Quai Branly Museum, treats us to the dishes of Gaël Le Maitre under the leadership of Rui Martins. [Lire la suite]
Le Jardin du Petit Palais, restaurant and leafy terrace
The Petit Palais hosts many exhibitions every year but also a very pretty garden in which is nestled a new restaurant Le Jardin du Petit Palais, whose delicious bistronomic menu is signed by chef Amandine Chaignot. [Lire la suite]
So we’re having a nice time parisian garden terrace ?