Wednesday, October 12, 2011

More Franglais baked goods surface in Paris

Rose, Merce, Merci… there’s a new kid in town. Another cute, clean, contemporary café that serves upscale, Anglocentric bits and bobs.

Meet Claus. He quietly opened on rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau back in August.

Behold, poundcakes and carrot cake!


Scones, madeleines and muffins—er, financiers!



And cookies looking oh-so-American (and delicious).

Breads and viennoiserie come from Eric Kayser.

But the sit-down menu, including everything from scrambled eggs and muesli to tomato mozzarella salad and club sandwiches, is deliciously housemade.

4 comments:

croquecamille said...

Thanks for the tip! I hadn't heard of this one, but I will look forward to trying it. Those madeleines look like perfection!

Brit said...

I have to try this ! xo

ParisBreakfasts said...

This canarde chanceuse has heard about it but not been...
YUM YUM
Not so chanceuese indeed.

Fajardo said...

This canarde chanceuse has heard about it but not been... YUM YUM Not so chanceuese indeed.