For an altogether different cup of tea, have a seat at the lovely tearoom attached to the grand Paris Mosque. Sip a glass of sweet mint tea and nibble on a corne de gazelle (a crescent-shaped, powdered-sugar-covered delight) on the patio or in the beautifully tiled tearoom and dream that you’re in the Casbah. Couscous is served too (18€). Note that the entrance is not the same as the one for the mosque; it’s on the corner of rue Daubenton and rue Geoffroy St-Hilaire.