Adorable little tea-room standing opposite Notre Dame and looking out on to the oldest church in Paris, Saint-Julien-le Pauvre, built in 507. Several generations of Parisians have been coming to take tea in this genteel little room since it was opened by Miss Kinklin, former housekeeper to the Parisian bourgeoisie. Installed in front of the old fireplace, you can sip one of a carefully selected range of teas from Blue Willow china while savouring a home-made pastry or a light lunch of salad or scrambled eggs.