Café Pinson’s goal is to serve not only healthy and organic, but also photogenic and mouth-watering food. And they rocked it!
Its greenish interior makes the environment very cosy and fresh. I particularly enjoy the seats by the great windows. I found them perfect whenever I want to get some work done, take pictures or just chill!
With friends who came to visit from South Korea, we went for breakfast. Their set includes a fresh juice, a hot drink, granola with yogurt and you can have either pancakes, three madeleines or toasts. I would recommend that you try their yummy gluten-free madeleines. You have the choice between matcha, chocolate and cranberry, or… just one each?
Making the jump
I met my friend Michelle in London when I was pursuing my master’s. She is Chinese-Canadian and was studying fashion at University of Art London (UAL). After she graduated, she suddenly decided to move to Seoul to study Korean.
I know people whose love for Korean drama/TV shows and Kpop has pushed them to learn Korean. But to go all the way to Korea to do so, she is so far the only one. I greatly admire her spontaneousness and sense of adventure!
Her talent gave her the opportunity to intern at Vogue China and she is now doing some freelance fashion projects in South Korea, while going to language school. She also is preparing her personal project, which means… more “jumping” involved!! That’s so exciting, isn’t it?!
Café Pinson – Poissionnière
58 rue du Faubourg Poissonnière
Mon – Fri: 9.00am – 7.00pm
Sat: 10.00am – 7.00pm
Sun: 11.00am – 6.00pm
Written by Lucia Chauvet