On Olivia’s birthday a few weeks back, I went over to her precious apartment and she made some delicious egg-free almond meal blueberry cupcakes (a mouth full, right?). That woman is a whizz in the kitchen. As it was her special day, I should have been the one cooking for her! Ha!
These pancakes were so delicious and didn’t feel heavy in the tummy at all. With some pears on the side and a dab of Canadian maple syrup it was the perfect healthy breakfast.
Of course with a chai tea & a good chat? I’m not sure what could be better.
You can get her recipe for these pancakes here.
Happy Monday, think of bright colors and delicious eats to get you through the day.
Le Loir dans la Theiere = The Wolf in the Teapot
Doesn’t this place just look so cozy?
A break from the cold is always nice, and a specially-made tea can be the perfect cherry on top. I had heard many things about this little abode, and often wonder why I hadn’t ventured over earlier. I went on a weekday, when it is a lot more calm and a bit more peaceful as it is in the heart of the Marais (I highly suggest weekdays for this area to avoid long lines and the likes).
The walls are filled with colorful murals and all of the mis-matching chairs and posters will keep your eyes wandering. Along the back wall when you enter is a wooden bar filled with desserts and snacks— I warn you, it will be hard to decide what to take. As I am lemon tart obsessed, I could not resist tasting theirs, and it was the perfect accompaniment with their “loir mélange” tea. CHECK OUT THAT WHIPPED MERINGUE GOODNESS.
I highly suggest this place to pop in and chat with a friend or read. Very relaxing ambiance (on a weekday at least, ha!) I hear their brunch is fantastic yet crowded. If you give it a whirl, let me know how it is!
(Note: This is not the type of café to go to and study with your computer, they actually bluntly put a note on the door reading: “Pas de PC”…so attention a ca quand meme!)
Where you keep warm when the weather is chilly?
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Le Loir dans la Theiere
3 rue des Rosiers
Metro: Saint Paul (Line 1)
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