The infamous Café de Flore is perched quaintly in the 6th arrondissement of Paris on the corner of the Boulevard Saint-Germain and the Rue St. Benoitand. It is praised by visitors from around the globe for its ambient atmosphere, delicious dishes and it being the perfect place to lose yourself whilst watching the passers by. If you aske yourself about where to eat in Paris – this place could be the answer.
The prices may be steep but Café de Flore is the place to see, and be seen. The fact that it is packed both day and night simply reflects the popularity of the place and also gives it a brilliant buzz of life. Don’t be surprised to bump in to certain intellectuals or famous celebrities as this is a prime hot spot considered by many to be the most famous café in the world!
A historic marvel, Café de Flore has housed the likes of Picasso, Sartre and Camus in its time and still retains its original Art Deco dating back to World War II. Inside is beautifully comprised of red seating, mahogany and mirrors whilst the outside seating area invites you to simply sit and watch.
Café de Flore offers a wide menu range from teas, coffees, hot chocolates, alcoholic drinks and juices to toasties and croissants, omelettes, salads, soups and delicacy desserts. Staff are often praised for their friendliness and efficiency, though it is advised to converse in French with your waiter out of politeness and to ensure a smooth and pleasant experience at the Café de Flore.
Whether rain or shine, Café de Flore can be enjoyed by all ages and is an essential stop-off when in Paris.