54 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris, France
Opposite the British Embassy, on the 'fancy clothes street' of Paris, is Honor. It's in a pretty little courtyard on the lead up to Comme Des Garçons. Although in Paris, it has a British feel to it, not because of its closeness to the embassy, because the staff are (or were at the time) from England, and the beans are roasted by Roundhill.
The coffee is excellent; definitely some of the best you will find in Paris. It's not your standard arrangement, though. It's a well-built hut outside that has some seating in the back and lots of seating outside.
The staff are well-versed on the coffee and can make a good cup, with well steamed milk. You can also grab a little bight to eat and some cold drinks, too. Just remember not to take a picture of the embassy on your way in.
Reviewed by Samuel Goldsmith; image courtesy of the venue.
Coffee + Drinks
- House Roaster
- Mahlkönig EK43
- Coffee Machine