Tea Room

The Tea Caddy is a tea room created by Miss Klinklin at the end of the golden years in 1928.

She brought the English tea tradition, the silverware, and maps of England to in the heart of Paris, nearby the church of Notre Dame.

The number 14th of Saint Julien le Pauvre street became a unique location. It’s one of the few English tea parlors still open in Paris.

The Tea Caddy is thriving on this side of the Channel.


14 Rue Saint-Julien le Pauvre
75005 Paris
Metro stop: Saint-Michel – Notre-Dame