- Carrot Cake at Rose Bakery: rachelwoodmassey.files.wordpress.com
After all the great things I have heard about Rose Bakery on rue des Martyrs, and the number of times I have tried to go there but never made it for some reason or another, I finally made it for lunch yesterday at their new (well not so new anymore) location on rue Debelleyme in the Marais. I was fairly certain, being somewhat of a pessimist at times, that after all the fab reviews I had heard, I might be disappointed. Wrong. Rose Bakery was all it’s touted to be, and more.
Surly service aside, the delicious dishes they served up were fresh, homemade and more than yummy. All of the cakes, tartes and salads on display looked mouth watering. I wanted to sample one of everything! They speak English and even do take out, a rarity in France.
More about Rose Bakery on: HiP Paris , Chocolate and Zucchini and Do It in Paris
30, rue Debelleyme 75003 / 46, rue des Martyrs 75009
+33 (0)1.44.78.08.97 / +33 (0)220.127.116.11.80
Métro: Filles du Calvaire, Saint-Sébastien – Froissart / Saint-Georges, Pigalle
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Rose Bakery – Lunch in the Marais
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8 comments on “Rose Bakery – Lunch in the Marais”
I’ve just returned from Paris back to London and used HIP Paris as my main, go-to resource. I ate at the Rose Bakery and loved it. I was lucky enough to go for a late lunch during the week so no waiting in line. However, the pizzette and salad is great, as is the carrot cake and seasonal pudding we had. Brilliant lunch sport.
Had a very nice lunch at the bakery (rue Debelleyme)last Sunday, though we had to queue some half an our but it did worth it. Especially the carrot cake (took the last piece…….)
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