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Delyan, one of the best tea houses in Paris!

December 14, 2010
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Delyan, a Parisian tea house is the perfect place for a tea tasting.

Just a few blocks away from City Hall and the Louvre museum, in a cross street of the rue de Rivoli, stands one of the best places in Paris to enjoy a nice break: Delyan. Not only does Delyan offer you a great place to rest, it also offers you a breathtaking view on the Tour Saint-Jacques, a landmark in the Parisian landscape.

Delyan is famous for its wide range of natural teas; all of them carefully selected by the owners who will be glad to help you choose according to your tastes and mood! Don’t forget to try one of the home-made cakes. They will delight you and you will find it hard to resist the temptation of taking another piece! Our special recommendations: the tarte-tatin (apple pie), the “tarte au citron meringuée” (lemon pie) or the cheesecake.

Once you have made your choice, take your tray to the terrace or to the first floor where sofas and comfy chairs coming from surrounding Parisian flea markets await you.

Happiness is as simple as that!
Delyan

8, rue Saint-Martin

75004 Paris

www.delyan.fr

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Laura permalink
    January 12, 2011 1:31 pm

    Great address! Thank you for the tip.

  2. July 29, 2012 2:22 pm

    Good news, Delyan just opened a new restaurant in the Madeleine district.
    Delyan Madeleine serves lunch and dinner and offers a large choice of French specialties.
    The address is:
    11, rue Godot de Mauroy
    75008 Paris
    +33 1 47 07 35 77
    Open Tuesday to Saturday from 11.30amto 11pm and Sunday for lunch / brunch.

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