Around Town: Moroccan Mint Tea at the Grande Mosquee de Paris – Paris, France

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I have a friend to thank for introducing me to the Grande Mosquee de Paris and the Moroccan mint tea in the cafe behind the Mosque. After walking through the Mosque and admiring the beautiful mosaic walls, floors, and ceilings, set some time aside to enjoy hot Moroccan mint tea in the outdoor garden. There are also back rooms with gold platter tables, colorful chairs, and decorative art. This is definitely a unique place to spend time with friends and family, and you’ll never forget the atmosphere or the taste of the sweet Moroccan mint tea.

Address: 2 bis Place du Puits de L’Ermite, 75005, Paris

P.S. Breakfast in Paris.

Paris Mosque

Walls along the Paris Mosque - 1

Star and Moon on Paris Mosque - 1

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{Photos by Lauren}

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4 thoughts on “Around Town: Moroccan Mint Tea at the Grande Mosquee de Paris – Paris, France

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