Saturday, June 11, 2011

Tea Time

Stopped for tea today at L'Heure Gourmande
22, Passage Dauphine, Paris

Tucked away from the crowds and easy to miss.  We were the first ones to arrive for lunch.  
We prefer to eat before or after the rush, it is so much more realxing.
  It was a bit chilly when we arrived, but once the sun came out we moved 
outside for dessert and café.


Did you schedule something fun this weekend? 
Put a Little Ooh La La in Your Life!




27 comments:

desde my ventana said...

Looks very chic Mimi.
I hope that you spend a wonderful weekend,

Hugs

Cecilia

Mademoiselle Poirot said...

It's always the small and hidden ones that are the best :-) Have a lovely weekend, Love from London xo

polkadotpeticoat said...

I adore places like this......so romantic and quaint!

Ann said...

Oh what a lovely cozy place...

I always fancy having a place like that to regularly go to and chat with my friends ♥

Fashion, Art and other fancies said...

Ah, I adore this quaint spot. It appears that we share the same taste. Hope you enjoyed tea. Happy weekend.xx

It's me said...

The next time i come with you darling...oh la la ...have a nice weekend...love Ria...xxx..

une femme said...

It looks lovely! Bon weekend!

une femme said...

It looks lovely! Bon weekend!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh dear.....only in my dreams can my plans match up to this dearest!!! BEAUTIFUL!! Anita

Annesphamily said...

We will celebrate our daughter Rebekahs 23rd birthday (June 13) with a barbeque with friends tomorrow. We bought her a camcorder and are waiting for it to arrive. She will be thrilled. I like spending lots of time with phamily and friends. Wish you were close. But then I would lvoe to visit you. You have such a beautiful and divine life! Ah....Anne

Janny said...

It looks very cosy, hmmm did you eat macarons?

Have a nice weekend,

Janny

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Lavender Hill Studio said...

What a lovely place to have tea!
Have a wonderful weekend.
Hugs,
Penny

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

What a beautiful place to sit and enjoy your tea.. Wishing you a wonderful day. Paris will always be in my dreams..
Penny

Emily said...

I've written the name in my notebook. This is exactly the type of cozy off the beaten tourist path we look for in Paris. Thanks for the information.

~Emily
The French Hutch

dkshopgirl said...

How divine! I've just joined your blog and look forward to seeing more wonderful places in Paris!
Deborah :-)

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Mimi,

Thanks for sharing this lovely restaurant, it looks beautiful.
I have just been for a lovely walk in the sunshine and that is always a great way to start my day.

Hope that you are having a wonderful weekend
Hugs
Carolyn

Les rêves d'une boulangère (Brittany) said...

Sounds like a perfect place! I would love to stop in somewhere in Paris for tea.

myletterstoemily said...

what a gorgeous tea room! you are so
wise to beat the crowds, as life is more
fun without them.

French and Sparrow said...

Thanks for visiting my blog Mimi and becoming a follower! I have since opened my Etsy store and you can find my products there! Enjoy your weekend too! xox Kerry

The Gossamer Tearoom said...

Hello Dear Mimi!
Can you believe we missed this place and this was only a few yards away from the hotel where we stayed! We fell completely in love with this neighborhood!

Wishing you a beautiful weekend!

Betty

Paris Pastry said...

The loveliest places are usually tucked away somewhere - that's how they stay lovely! I like to eat before the rush starts... so much more relaxing! Have a lovely weekend Mimi!

Au revoir!

Jackie said...

What a simply elegant room! Glad you enjoyed! :)

TheMissProvocateur said...

Remember the time I still lived in my home country - I had a "habit" to seek for new cafes as well as restaurants. I have always liked those cute little places where almost no one can find you, but you always feel as if you were at home... And the one from your picture looks exactly like that.

The enchanted home said...

What a charming place for tea!! The room is so elegant yet there is something incredibly cozy about it.....another thing to add to my to do list.
Stop by if you havent' already doing a wonderful giveaway for a Kilim bench!

French Basketeer.com said...

Tea sounds wonderful, especially in Paris!

dedicated exchange server said...

Beautiful!

à la parisienne said...

I would love to be "tucked away" in Paris any day!
I hope you are having a great weekend!

Mandy