Thursday, 29 April 2010
Le Poussette Café.
I had been meaning to check it out for a while, so when my friend alienorbd suggested we meet this afternoon with our boys at Le Poussette Café I was ever so intrigued. And what a great place!
It is much smaller than I imagined but has everything you ever dreamed of in a café for you and your bub: a large door at the entrance which is easy to open, a dedicated room to 'park' your pram, a spacious coffee area with a corner full of toys for toddlers to play, a WC with a changing table (including wipes, nappies, talcum powder, etc.), high chairs, rocking chairs, books & magazines, and most importantly...other customers who are parents so it's OK to make a noise! The café serves food and drinks (organic) for babies, toddlers, and grown ups and there is a shop with the cutest items (Jelly Cat soft toys, Flensted mobiles, Blanca Gómes illustrations, clothes and many other children items).
And as if all of the above wasn't already enough, Le Poussette Café offers various workshops for expectant mothers and new parents like baby massages, relaxation therapy, breastfeeding advice, new mum discussion groups and even French as a Foreign Language classes. It's just so convenient.
Le Poussette Café
6 rue Pierre Sémard