Monday, July 22, 2013

La Petite Rose - salon de thé


La Petite Rose


This is one of my favorite lunch spots, 
just a short walk from Parc de Monceau.  
Gorgeous salads and delicious quiches


Well, selecting a dessert is a challenge!



La Petite Rose 11, boulevard de Courcelles Métro Villiers 75008 Paris

18 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Oh, YUM!! I want to go there!! Have a great week, Genie!
Hugs
Sylvia

Tamera said...

Aaaaaaaaaaaaaah, your photo makes me want to eat there right now!

Joe said...

My goodness Genie. How good is that. Imy mouth is watering just looking at them.

Forest Dream Weaver said...

Hello Genie!
Now this would be a perfect lunch to begin the week. Wouldn't know where to begin selecting desert.....I think I'd have to see them in person!

Have a lovely week,
Ruby

Paulita said...

I am sitting here hungry and really wish I hadn't looked at your blog photo. Now I'm ravenous. Come play Dreaming of France today if you have a chance. Also, I have a $20 Amazon gift card giveaway on my blog so enter that too. Here’s my Dreaming of France meme

Daryl said...

yum

JudyMac said...

Last October, after walking all the way from the Hotel de Ville to Parc Monceau, by way of the Madeleine, Place Vendome and the Opera, I took your suggestion and found Le Petite Rose. By the time I got there, it was around 2:30 or so, but a few items were still available for lunch. I, too, would recommend La Petite Rose for a nice quiet lunch. It seems, however, almost every window you pass in Paris is filled with wonderful food possibilities.

Jeanie said...

Yum! BE still, my heart!

Marleen said...

It would be so difficult to choose, everything looks delicious!

LOLfromPasa said...

I fancy one of each. Super shot for a number of reasons :).

Jeanne said...

I am taking good notes for my next trip:-) YUM

Alexa said...

I just spent several minutes staring at this image and wondering which one of these treats I would choose. Don't know whether that's sad or funny, but to say that your picture drew me in is an understatement!

Bibi said...

Oh, gosh, that looks so good. I actually don't like sweets so much, but every now and then....

Anne in Oxfordshire said...

I am like Bibi , not really into sweet things , but they even entice me ,, :-) but in 5 days when I was there , I only had two pastries ..!!

Randy said...

All I can say is "Yes, please!"

Jack said...

Hmmmm, this looks great. Let's skip lunch and have double desserts instead.

Louise said...

You certainly are spoilt for choice there, it looks wonderful. I haven't made it to Parc Monceau yet- but this does look a wonderful spot to lunch.

Cezar and Léia said...

Refraining myself from biting the screen... :)
God bless you!
Cezar