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“Fresh and warm”
Review of Coquelicot

Coquelicot
Ranked #38 of 288 Bakeries in Paris
Price range: $10 - $18
Cuisines: French
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Good for: Families with children
Dining options: Breakfast, Outdoor Seating, Reservations
Neighborhood: Montmartre
Reviewed June 22, 2013

This a small but pleasant cafe and bakery located in one of the most pleasant neighborhoods in Paris, near to Square Rictus and St Jean de Montmartre church. During the past decade the surroundings of Pigalle are evolving into a great place to spend time during the day, and not only after hours, as it was in the past. Coquelicot is the right place to have breakfast, coffee, tea and enjoy a great selection of pastries coming fresh and warm out of the oven. The place is small, in spite of its two floors, and the service can be very slow because there is not enough staff to attend all customers when the bistro is full, as it often is.

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Reviewed June 19, 2013

Read about this place in a blog. Good options for brunch. Try to get a table upstaris as in the ground floor lots of people may go by your table. Service is not a strong point.

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Reviewed June 18, 2013

This is a fabulous little bakery - stuffed full of homemade buscuits, pastries, bread, cakes etc and you could eat everything there. They also have tables upstairs and outside where you can have brekkie/bruch/lunch - eggs, quiche, salad, tartines etc all delicious and homemade and all served in a lovely traditional french atmosphere and right near Place D'abbesses meaning you can people watch too!

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Reviewed May 28, 2013

Lovely atmosphere, great location and nice choice of breakfasts. Good value for money as neither my husband or I needed a meal until dinner time. surrounded by locals and not just tourists which is always a good sign & the queue for the bakery was constantly out the door!

Thank Kim M
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Reviewed May 27, 2013 via mobile

Yes you read that right, the best pan au chocolat ever! We had Sunday brunch for ?9.90 and a huge bowl of chocolate/coffee to dip brioche in. Service was bad, and as we were Sat downstairs the place was drafty (it was -5.outside this weekend) and we were crammed in like sardines so if you want privacy this isn't the place for you. If you want excellent bread and pastries get yourself here, there's a reason there is a queue out the door!

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