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Heavenly cakes, pastries and refreshing coffees await you at Patisserie d'Aix. Their prompt service and warm ambiance makes it perfect for a casual hangout. What makes Patisserie d'Aix a success among locals here is their commitment to serve fresh food every single time.
The Teavora is a very special and unusual tearoom. As soon as you step in, leaving behind the noisy streets of downtown Marseille, it’s as if taking your first step on an island beach paradise, with white sand and everything. Yes! There is sand on the floor and comfy mattresses to lie on (napping is allowed). A great place to completely retreat from the hustle and bustle! There is a friendly atmosphere and a wide choice of teas and other hot drinks, as well as smoothies for those who are not big fans of tea. And for the sweet-toothed, there are some great pastries available.
Glacier Vanille Noire is an ice cream parlour and frozen dessert bar offering incredibly delicious sweet treats. If you are confused about which dessert to relish, try their signature Black Vanilla Ice Cream from which the place has gotten its name or you can opt for the delicious Caramel Salé too. The icing on the cake is the throwaway price that the delectable ice creams are available for. Head to the shaded terrace to enjoy your flavorful dessert.
The Equinoxe is one of the main bistros at Escale Borély, where it is nice to sit at the terrace and sip a cool drink or grab an ice cream on a hot summer day. During the windy Mistral (chilling Provençal wind born in the Alps) days, the terrace is sheltered behind small bay windows and pleasantly heated in mid-season. Inside, the decor is unsurprisingly very “beachy”, with sea themed booths and pictures on the walls. A great view of the sea and close proximity to the Prado beaches are what make the Equinoxe a nice place to visit, but like most of these seaside places the menu may seem overpriced. The restaurant serves fish specialties like grilled sea bream and shellfish platters.