Carette, the emblematic tea room has settled on the no less legendary Place du Tertre, in Montmartre.
An Art Deco-inspired atmosphere
The Carette restaurant – tea room on Place du Trocadéro has been an institution in Paris since 1927. Art Deco style, with a pretty terrace on Place du Trocadéro, it is a very popular place for Parisians. Founded in 1927 by Jean and Madeleine Carette, the first tea room was established on Place du Trocadéro, which has now become their mythical address. Faced with the success of their business, the couple opened a new address, place des Vosges. Refined, the first two Carette tea rooms were decorated by Hubert de Givenchy in an Art Deco-inspired atmosphere.
The appearance of a Comptoir
It is in the heart of Montmartre, place du Tertre that Carette set up its third address in 2017. We find there the pink marble, chandeliers and columns, golden moldings and large mirrors, specific to the Carette house. Unlike the 2 historic Parisian tea rooms, Carette Montmartre place du Tertre takes on the appearance of a Comptoir, intended only for take-away sales. At the heart of this gourmet setting, we discover a wide choice of pastries, jams, spreads and biscuits, as well as macaroons, specialties of the House. After having made a detour there, what a joy to stroll through the cobbled streets of Montmartre, a delight from the Maison Carette in hand.
7 place du Tertre-75018.