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Rose Bakery
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46 Rue des Martyrs 75009 Paris France
46 Rue des MartyrsFRParis75009
+33 1 42 82 12 80
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Today 9AM–6PM
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Charlotte OHare
3 months ago
I ate there at noon today. I ordered a quiche and a bowl of salad. Both arrived in the same bowl. There were perhaps 10 pieces of lettuce. When I left, the woman said I owned 16 Euros without showing me a bill. Next time, if I ever go back again, I'll demand a bill so that I can double check the prices of the food. It's listed in a cheap eats book, but it's only cheap if you keep an eye on what you're ordering. It can get very expensive, very fast. The food is fine, the deco like eating in a garage, and the staff were friendly enough, but I feel like I was not given a complete order and was overcharged to boot.
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Sasha Romary
2 years ago
British chef Rose Carrarini opened her first lunch spot about ten years ago bringing hearty healthy breakfasts and lunches to Paris' rue des Martyrs. By noon each day, the bakery is packed with locals devourering her organic salads and sandwiches and the delicious cakes and pastries, all prepared fresh from the market's ripest ingredients. Today, Rose Bakery has two locations where you can eat in with a daily special and British favorites like sticky toffee pudding, or simply take a scone and tea to go. Great vegetarian options. The service can be a bit rushed and not always with a smile but the quality of the food makes up for it. The weekend brunch brings the crowds so prepare to wait if you don't arrive early.
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Sofia Jukelson
3 years ago
There is a lot of buzz around this place and definitely when you walk in, you get a feeling like the whole 9th arrondissement came to brunch here. At first, staff doesn't really pay attention to you so here is where I would say the place looses at least 10% of its customers. However, once you get seated, the staff becomes more attentive and friendlier and you discover the value of this place, which is great breakfast food: granola rich with nuts, organic eggs that taste just "wow" and carrot cake that is to die for. Though if you get started in the main room, beware most likely you will not hear your partner as the acoustics are pretty bad. Overall for the quality of food and the price I would still rate it very good, just a tiny bit stressful for a Saturday morning :-)
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Filip Kov
2 years ago
Disgusting food and service. I do not reccommend to anyone.
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Susanne Kaden
2 years ago
How I love this place! It's our saturday ritual to have lunch here. The food is simply homey and consistently excellent. Anything baked is wonderful and makes us feel home. Service is attentive and nice, so a great place to be.
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Alexandre Georges
2 years ago
Quite expensive organic food. It is good but definitely not worth the cost : 50€ for 2 persons (beverages, food and desert). The decor is nice in the first room, the back looks like a canteen.
Peter Stirling
a year ago
Great scones and coffee, loved the atmosphere and the staff was very friendly.
A Google User
4 years ago
I'm not on a diet and I think it's the main reason why I find the place of bit overrated. It's organic, savory but a bit overpriced given the simple decor and service, and the light food (salads, soup etc.).