The City Story aims to enrich the experiences and interaction between people and cities.
A young, possibly foolhardy French trio started Café Suzette. A tiny whisper of Paris in a tiny restaurant space, it squeezes a kitchen and seating for 14 people indoors with air-conditioning with additional al fresco seating. Suzette’s buckwheat crepes are sublime, their salads exquisite, their seasonal fruit desserts to not-diet for. But it is their dark, rich, sexy hot chocolate that has regulars addicted.
Ask for the baguette made with French flour served with butter, jam or Nutella, or a flaky croissant. Pause. Eavesdrop. Later there will be enough time to revenons à nos moutons.