The first address called “ODETTE Paris” is unique: 77 rue Galande, opposite the Church of Saint-Julien-le-Pauvre, one of the oldest in Paris, and the René Viviani-Montebello square which houses the most old tree of Paris. A bakery specialized in “choux à la crème” is located on the ground floor of a small 17th century building, in the heart of the capital’s 5th arrondissement. Nestled on the first and third floors, the minimalist and retro tea room offers a breathtaking view of Notre-Dame de Paris, to be admired while tasting the Choux accompanied by a real hot chocolate, a varied offer of teas and coffees or why not a glass of champagne? Marble checkerboard floor, marquetry walls and Art Deco design: ODETTE Paris resuscitates the universe of the Roaring Twenties. The vintage music played in the store takes us on a journey through time. A second boutique also opened a few years ago at 18 rue Montorgueil .

windows of Odette’s bakery

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