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Mosquee de Paris

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2 Bis Place du Puits de l_Ermite, 75005 Paris, France
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Make sure you stop for a spot of tea. This was a pleasant place we found just around the corner from our apartment. What a wonderful surprise. My wife loved the visit.

Thank TravelingDrZ
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Always one of my favourite spots! The tea room next door is also incredible, take cash though because theres a minimum for card payments ;-)

Thank Malia B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Most of the Muslim here are the origin of Moroc, which runs a restaurant operator, ubers drives, and other collective work as their works activities throughout the day.

Thank Hishamudin A
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

One of my favorite Parisian rituals is to come to the Mosque and visit the tea salon. Sipping a cup here is a sublime peaceful experience in the middle of the busy city. The architecture adds to the pleasure.

Thank Thomas V
Reviewed 1 August 2018

WOW! This cafe is super nice, as it offers an incredible menu-list; with so much to offer, all very in the style of the Northern-African countries, its super cool to drink freshly brewed tea here; and to see fresh flowers hanging on the walls. On...More

2  Thank Sohail B
Reviewed 11 July 2018 via mobile

It's a good choice for a second visit to Paris. The garden it's absolutely beautiful . It's close to jardin des plantes so you can visit there too

1  Thank armita m
Reviewed 27 June 2018 via mobile

I was surprised to find out that this mosque was established in Paris during the 1920s, almost a century ago -- at a time when Western Europe and Muslim nations were at loggerheads. The mosque is one of the oldest in Western Europe and its...More

Thank Muneeb A
Reviewed 27 June 2018 via mobile

Wow- the cafe had an incredible array of pastries to complement the incredible mint tea. The food was great as well, and it was not overpriced for the quality by any means. I would recommend to anyone, and there were certainly adequate accommodations for only-English...More

1  Thank Emily D
Reviewed 19 June 2018

Complete and varied meals, e.g. couscous, tagging, however can also spend a quiet time in the courtyard, inside or out, with a choice of pastries, e.g. baklava, and as many glasses of sweet peppermint as you would like.

Thank juliesims2018
Reviewed 12 June 2018 via mobile

That mint tea was so good it was a religious experience in itself. The tea room is expensive but you at least have to try the tea and pastries (which are only 2€ a piece).

Thank Kelley E
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Carol B
22 May 2018|
Response from LauraP10563 | Reviewed this property |
The entry is 19e. After that it depends on treatments, massage, Savon noir.. It isn' t expensive though. You can stay as long you will, if you are with friends you can chat.
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15 May 2018|
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Im sure you can, there is ample space to move around and friendly people at the door who might also help you
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28 April 2018|
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Response from LauraP10563 | Reviewed this property |
Actually they are small lockers and easy to open. I would not leave anything important, there are many people there coming and going, the space is tiny etc. I would say that the lockers are old, perhaps from 70s or even... More
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