Parisian breakfast and French lesson with a licensed teacher

April 2, 2018

At long last, you are coming to Paris, the city of love, art, and history.

You want to get lost in the royal faces that look suspiciously, nay, coyly at you from their walls in the Louvre. You want, of course, to sip a glass of wine in a rattan chaise as you bathe in the ambiance of so many tête-à-tête, small, round tables. You want to climb the Eiffel Tower and breathe in all the rooftops of Paris. You want to feel the words part from your lips: “Paris, je t’aime.”

A part of being Parisian, understanding Paris, is married to its conversation, la langue de Molière, so what would you say to a French lesson over a cup of coffee and a viennoiserie in an old bakery? Pourquoi pas un pastry?!

Depending on your level, I promise to tailor make a French lesson for you. A small souvenir brochure with your new French vocabulary will be given to you at the end of the lesson.

Why I became a teacher: I believe the goal of any teacher is not so much the indoctrination of grammar rules as it is the transmission of passion towards the subject she teaches. The teacher has to be in love with her subject, and I am head over heels with the French language. I love sharing my knowledge, and I consider that knowing multiple languages makes someone stronger, happier, perhaps even a better citizen.

The more languages you know, the more broad you are as an individual.

About the lesson: Depending on your level and goals, I will guide you through conversation, on this or that subject, with some rules, some reading, some listening. If you have plans to go on learning French, I can suggest schools, recommend books to buy and methods to use so that you learn more quickly. I will insist that we temper our aspirations with some reality because a beginner will not speak French fluently within two months. Yet, each learner moves at her own pace, and I’m here to sharpen your step.

Why do we meet in a bakery? This old bakery with its ancient facades, beautiful mirrors, and its confectionary aromas is so Parisian. I host my sessions here because I believe in the informal classroom, where we are cozy and where French falls from the mouths of the natives.

À bientôt !

Why you’ll love this

  • delectable breakfast in an elegant patisserie, boulangerie
  • Stories and anecdotes
  • Intimate and friendly atmosphere
  • Tailor made lesson


Length: 2 hours
Included: a hot drink & breakfast
Group size*: max 6
Availability: from Monday to Saturday
Meeting point ** metro Saint – Paul, line 1  Show on the map
Cancellation: 75% refund up to 48 hours before your tour
Reservation: BOOK NOW


55 euros per person (min. 2 people)


On Sunday and  on official French holidays please send me a request by mail

Meeting up

Olga, the enthusiastic Delicious Paris founder, will meet you and just a few others (maximum 6) outside the Metro: St Paul. She will be waiting for you near the Merry-Go-Round. Delicious Paris caters for small numbers at a time. In this way, the organisation is much lighter and it also creates a particularly pleasant, convivial atmosphere. From here on, it will be action as Olga will be raring to go and to take you on the unforgettable Delicious Paris experience.

To sum up

A unique experience for lovers of Paris and French life.

La vie est belle à Paris !

Lesson in pictures:

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