RSS
Follow by Email
Facebook
Facebook
Google+
Google+
http://thetouristinparis.com/paris/en/cafe-pouchkine-your-chic-russian-gourmet-tea-room-restaurant-in-paris/
SHARE
Pinterest
Pinterest
INSTAGRAM

Whether you’re looking for a tea or a chocolate break, a breakfast, a pastry or a glass of Champagne, Café Pouchkine is your perfect gourmet, chic (not to say posh) and refined Russian spot in in Paris.

Café Pouchkine, brought to you by the founder of prestigious Russian house Dellos, is dedicated to French and Russe cuisine in an luxury setting (close to what you can find at La Durée).

Café Pouchkine Paris, by the tourist in Paris

Founded in 1999 in Moscow, Andrey Dellos opened his first location in Paris in 2010 on the ground floor of department store Printemps Haussmann, then a new one in 2013 close to Place des Vosges in Le Marais district then finally a tea room and restaurant in Saint-Germain des Prés, on the Left Bank in 2014.

These delicious Russian pastries, salty or sugary, can be eaten there or to take away: like the Medovick, a Buchwheat honeybiscuit with Sgouchonka cream and Smetana cream or Bostock, an Almond-milk brioche filled with almond and blueberry cream (but also éclairs or macarons). On the salty front, Pirojkis pair well with your glass of champagne.

Breakfast starts at 15€, Pastries from 8 to 10,5€, Viennoiseries at 3€. Sunday Russian Brunch at 39€

More on the official website and on the Facebook Page

When & Where? Three locations:
Café Pouchkine Printemps, 64 Boulevard Haussmann, 75009 Paris (+33 1 42 82 43 31) / Open Monday to Saturday from 9:35am to 8pm (8:45pm on Thursday);
Café Pouchkine Place des Vosges, 75004 Paris (+33 1 42 72 97 05) / Open Monday to Friday from 11am to 8pm and on Weekends from 10am to 11:30pm;
Café Pouchkine Saint-Germain, 155 Boulevard Saint-Germain, 75006 Paris (+33 1 42 22 58 44) Metro: Saint-Germain des Près (Line 4) / Open everyday from 9am to 11pm.

Did you know? Russian New Year’s Eve on January 13th
Although the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic officially adopted the Gregorian calendar in 1918, the Russian Orthodox Church continued to use the Julian calendar. The New Year became a holiday which is celebrated by both calendars. Then the Old New Year falls on January 13th in the Gregorian calendar.

RSS
Follow by Email
Facebook
Facebook
Google+
Google+
http://thetouristinparis.com/paris/en/cafe-pouchkine-your-chic-russian-gourmet-tea-room-restaurant-in-paris/
SHARE
Pinterest
Pinterest
INSTAGRAM

When:
Everyday: 9:00 am - 11:00 pm

Where: Café Pouchkine, Boulevard Saint-Germain, Quartier Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Paris, France
Metro: Saint-Germain des Près (Line 4)