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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.
The dimensions of this little café behind the Opéra house may be small, but this in no way detracts from the quality of products on offer. It is a real delight to come and taste the tea or coffee that has been imported from the likes of South America and Africa, while nibbling on a square of rich dark chocolate. The walls are laden with souvenirs and shelf upon shelf of ornate coffee pots and coffee machines. In addition to the tea and coffee on sale, you can savor a glass of your favorite wine at tables made of oilskin wooden barrels.
Anchored close to the city's picturesque Old Port area, The Cup of Tea offers a quaint yet a rustic ambiance to savor delicious teas, coffees and French savories. The tea-room serves up an exhaustive selection of teas from different parts of the world and remains a favorite with city's tea lovers and tourists alike. Walk in at leisure and order your favorite concoction and choose to nibble on their decadent cakes and tarts.
There are several branches around Marseille to attest to the quality and excellent reputation of this coffee specialist. You're invited to enjoy aromatic breakfast coffee in luxurious surroundings, with which you can try some miniature pastries. On your way out, be sure to pick up some of your favourite teas and coffees to take home from Torréfaction Noaïlles.