Belgian Café selling authentic food in the heart of the Marais.
Exhausted from the endless boutiques and cafés on Rue de Francs Bourgeois? This quirky Belgian cafe offers a delightful alternative to the quintessential French bistrot. Tucked away in the heart of the Marais and installed in a former garage, the café embraces a bohemian feel with its vibrant decoration and design, which includes an old-school photo booth. Cosy alcoves, armchairs and wooden stools create a snug and relaxed place to sit and unwind.
Serving as their kitchen, the Westafalia-like minivan offers a menu of typical belgian pistolets, (small bread rolls) home-made soup and salads. Complete your lunch with one of Improbable’s chai latte’s (€3.50) or if you're feeling adventurous, try one of their rustic Moscow mules or other cocktails (€8.00).
Just a short walk from the Picasso Museum and the Carnavalet Museum, the café is a the perfect pit stop either between shops or before or after your visit to either of these museums.