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In the heart of St Germain des Prés, this café’s generous outdoor patio opens on to the courtyard’s ancient church, and is just opposite the famous Left Bank literary bookshop, La Hune. Thankfully, it’s not a tourist destination like its high-profile neighbors, but it shares their timeless Parisian style. Beneath its blue, white, and red awning, diners enjoy French-style omelets (purposefully runny, with ham or melted cheese) and tartars. 

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Le Bonaparte

In the heart of St Germain des Prés, this café’s generous outdoor patio opens on to the courtyard’s ancient church, and is just opposite the famous Left Bank literary bookshop, La Hune. Thankfully, it’s not a tourist destination like its high-profile neighbors, but it shares their timeless Parisian style. Beneath its blue, white, and red awning, diners enjoy French-style omelets (purposefully runny, with ham or melted cheese) and tartars.