Lille style tea-time at the Baume hotel
Located in the heart of the sixth district, the Hotel Baume make us rediscover, for a gourmet break, the famous Méert waffle from Lille. This iconic house of the northerner capital has been existing since 1761, but it is in 1849 that Mr. Méert redeems it. Originally flemish, he innovates with a waffle recipe filled with sugar, butter and vanilla from Madagascar. Today, this delicacy whose recipe remains unchanged is always made in the same traditional way. To enjoy without moderation in the tea-time space of the Baume hotel, either we prefer the cozy corner, tables under the canopy or in the patio. B.D.