Feb 13, 2013

Café Pinson

The Northern Marais continues its reign as Paris' hipster hub with the arrival of stylish veggie cafe Pinson. Just opposite Nanashi, and just around the corner from Rose Bakery, this new arrival brings another trendy, healthy and laid-back eating option to the happening part of the Marais neighbourhood. In the space which was formerly quiche haven Tartes Kluger, interior designer Dorothée Meilichzon has created a light, bright and breezy atmosphere with geometric fabrics, bare brick walls and very Parisian white panelling, for the 100% organic and vegetarian cuisine. The daytime cafe has a seasonal, daily-changing menu of mostly vegan dishes, made without dairy and without gluten, such as kale, lentil and tofu salad, or beetroot and alfalfa tart, available in a fixed menu including a starter, main course and dessert for €17. Vitamin-packed fresh juices are made to order and cafe from Coutume is also on the menu for those needing even more of a boost. Brunch on Sundays (reserve in advance for brunch; otherwise without reservation). 
6 rue de Forez
75003 Paris 
09 83 82 53 53

Open Mon-Fri 9am-7pm, Sat 10am-7pm, Sun 10am-6pm


2 comments:

  1. I had the pleasure of eating at Cafe Pinson a week ago and really enjoyed it, particularly the lentil salad I had as a starter. With 2 active children in tow, it was a welcoming atmosphere and whilst the kids were their normal veggie-phobic selves, we did manage to sneak some vegetable juice in, which they loved. The banana and lavender cake was delicious.

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    1. Hi Catherine, Thanks for your comment - glad to hear you found it kid-friendly, even if they weren't enamored by the veggie fare! It's a great little spot, isn't it? --Kim x

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