This morning, there was a big blue sky over Paris and I felt like going away. I decided to head off to "Grande Mosquée de Paris" (buit in the 1920's) and it's lovely terrace to sip a mint tea in the sun. It was really nice and I did felt just as if I had flown down to Sevilla.
Together with the mint tea (2€), you can ask for syrupy North African pastries (2€ each). It's yummy, yummy.
If you go on a Sunday, I woud advise to go in the morning, because later on, it gets crowded.
39 rue Geoffroy Saint-Hillaire - 75005 Paris - Open every day from 9am until midnight