Hey, is that a macaron? Glad you had nice weather for sipping a cafe dehors.
Does the coffee cup fit into a stand on the tray? I haven't seen that inverted V shaped bottom before.
Now that's how coffee should be served. The drink of kings and queens. Classy!
Classy is right. Nice shot. My mouth's watering.
It does Tall Gary, that is actually why I took this photo. They have this very clever system where they kinda clip the cup into the saucer. really cool.And like you, it's the first time I see this. I wonder who designed this...
After reading the JDD this morning, I was just thinking: I have to pay a little visit to this museum.And btw, the other café on the other side is quite nice as well. ;)
You're talking about Le Totem Angele. It's more a "real" restaurant than a snacking place really, isn't?
Café de l'Homme? It must be the old name. :)But I guess it is more... chic thus expensive. You're right: it's more a restaurant than a snack place actually.
Thanks for the info Eric. The cup is also "insulated" so there is no chance of burning fingers. Yes, it is just as you say, a really clever and (literally) cool design.Now I'm curious about the "clipping" mechanism. Would squeezing the cup do anything?
It looks yummy. I miss coffee.
No Gary le grand, sqeezing the cup does not do anything. But you're right, I did not think it was burn proof. I thought it was just pretty.I wish I knew who designed them.
Found it! Stark designed these cups. Of course!
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