So, if you're in Paris and you're into the coffee scene chances are you have heard of this tiny coffee shop on the outskirts of the Marais. The coffee shops history is a bit cool as it was once an old cobbling shop. It is today distinguished by its semi-iconic (at least in my opinion) yellow geometric shaped stool things that are placed like calling cards outside.
It's not a work space, as its tiny. I'd recommend if you're looking for good coffee be prepared to get it to-go as there may not be space. If you're not going alone and you get lucky to find space than casual chatting is welcome. I'm not sure I'd recommend this place if you're looking for a coffee shop to read leisurely in. There is Folks & Sparrow and Strada in this general neighborhood though that would be more suited for that. It's great if you need a pick-me-up caffeine to get yourself through the day of Marais wandering and shopping
Things I've had here:
+ Stellar coffee
- Cash only, small space