5 Rue Villedo, 75001 Paris, France
Average: 4.5 / 5 stars, based on 2 reviews.
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Had an incredibly good latte, and an amazing espresso. They also do very good filter coffee if you’re after something a little different.

The home toasted granola with fromage blanc is excellent.

Télescope is the latest arrival on a still-nascent Parisian speciality coffee scene. At time of writing, they’ve been open less than two weeks, but if the cappuccino I just had was anything to go by, it shouldn’t be long before this cosy little salon is perpetually packed to its roughly-painted rafters. Highly recommended.

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