Aux Merveilleux de Fred

Aux Merveilleux de Fred

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129 Bis Rue Saint-Charles, 75015 Paris, France
129 Bis Rue Saint-Charles Paris Île-de-France 75015 FR

The merveilleux (marvelous) is a small cake that originated in Belgium and is now found in France and some US cities. Baker, Frédéric Vaucamp, fell in love with the cakes at an early age. His famous cakes are now sold in 5 locations in Paris as well as numerous other locations across Europe and in New York City.

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19 Rue Fantin Latour, 75016 Paris, France 1.41 km

Metro: Porte de St-Cloud (line 9)

A team of “mad scientists”, who make learning about science fun, are at your service to put on a fun and engaging, interactive show at your event or children’s party. Choose from various age-appropriate themes, and they’ll come prepared to entertain the kids with fun scientific experiments. You just provide the laboratory and the cake. Also offering made-to-measure workshops on numerous science topics in schools and at various Savants Fous locations around France. They also organize daily and weekly workshops during school holidays.

11 Rue Bosio, 75016 Paris, France 1.46 km

Metro: Jasmin (line 9), Michel-Ange Auteuil (lines 9 and 10)

A French and English-speaking American trained clinical psychologist with a PhD specialising in behavioral issues, ADHD, parenting, anxiety and mood disorders, OCD and behavioral medicine.

Member of SPRINT France, a non-profit group of English-speaking and bilingual professionals who work with children of all ages with special needs.

11 Rue Bosio, 75016 Paris, France 1.46 km

Metro: Jasmin (line 9), Michel-Ange Auteuil (lines 9 and 10)

A British-born and educated clinical psychologist working with adults, children and families, with a particular interest in the autistic spectrum.

Member of SPRINT France, a non-profit group of English-speaking and bilingual professionals who work with children of all ages with special needs.

53 Rue de Passy, 75016 Paris, France 0 km
+33 (0)805 98 0034+33 (0)805 98 0034

You know Zara Women’s and Men’s affordable clothing stores so visit the chain’s home furnishings boutiques throughout Paris. Discover attractive collections of small furniture, decorative objects for the bathroom and kitchen and a textile selection (bed linen, tablecloths, towels, throw covers).

53 Rue de Passy, 75016 Paris, France 1.49 km
+33 (0)2 51 11 13 01+33 (0)2 51 11 13 01

Offering a large selection of arts & crafts in stores all over France. Great for home decorations and craft projects for all levels of expertise.

14-16 Rue Jean Bologne, 75016 Paris, France 1.53 km
+33 (0)9 51 25 06 25+33 (0)9 51 25 06 25

Metro: La Muette (line 9)

A compact nail bar and esthetic salon located off rue de Passy in the 16th arrondissement that is open Sundays and closed Saturdays. Treat yourself, often, to a double whammy manicure/pedicure treatment or a relaxing facial for 55 euros each. Perfect for the busy woman managing a budget.

READ MORE in our Perfect Sunday Pedicure article!

6 Rue Bois le Vent, 75016 Paris, France 1.6 km
+33 (0) 1 42 88 12 18+33 (0) 1 42 88 12 18

Metro: La Muette (Line 9)

An elegant Chinese restaurant hidden on a small street near the busy rue de Passy. We love their crispy Peking duck lunch (98€ for 2 people), which features a yummy variety of dim sum, half a crispy duck per person, served 3 ways, rice, and dessert. And, unlike most other restaurants, there’s no need to order the duck in advance!

75116 Paris, France 1.63 km

Metro: Victor Hugo (line 2)

For an amazing facial by Kristina, an esthetician who has been practicing skin care for over 26 years, visit her home salon in the heart of the 16th arrondissement near the Arc de Triomphe. Her soothing treatments, all designed to help the anti-aging process, include relaxation facials, oxygen facials with collagen, glycolic acid peels, and lymphatic drainage treatments.

Acne problems or other skin problems on the face in general? She can help!

Finish up with dazzling eyes with her eye treatments and eyebrow designs or a parraffin treatment.

6 Rue Beethoven, 75016 Paris, France 1.66 km

Metro: Passy (line 6)

The International School of Paris (ISP) is the only school within Paris offering all three International Baccalaureate programs. From nursery school to high school, the educational program combining academics, arts and sports is designed to motivate students to become well rounded, sociable and open-minded. Classes are kept small (18-20 students) to encourage exchange between teacher and students. Its motto: “Educating for Complexity”.

Through their popular ISP Plus programs, also open to non-ISP students, they offer innovative and educational language and activity camps led in English on Saturdays during the school year and over the major school holidays.

 

53 Rue Erlanger, 75016 Paris, France 0 km
+33 (0)1 45 55 13 27+33 (0)1 45 55 13 27

Established over 40 years ago as an independent and not-for-profit organization, all of their teachers hold AMI (Assoication Montessori Internationale) diplomas. The school offers a unique bilingual Montessori education, at 3 locations in the heart of Paris, for children from 2-9 years old.

90 Avenue Paul Doumer, 75016 Paris, France 0 km

With more than 15 shops across 4 continents, Maison de Famille furniture and decor are a fusion of classic, ethnic and modern styles. This blending of new and old, local and exotic immediately wins over a clientele of all ages and styles.

Other locations in Morocco, Italy, USA, Russia, and Japan.

23 Rue de Cronstadt, 75015 Paris, France 0 km
+33 (0)1 45 63 62 22+33 (0)1 45 63 62 22

Ecole Internationale Bilingue (EIB) Paris is a network of bilingual schools which welcomes international students of more than 70 nationalities in its co-ed and secular campuses around Paris. EIB offers a bilingual education to students from preschool (maternelle) through high school, according to the British, American and IB qualifications.

EIB’s four campuses in the 8th, 16th and 17th arrondissements follow the official program of the French Ministry of Education (hence it is sous-contrat with the government e and tuition is partially subsidized), with daily lessons in English at various levels.

EIB Victor Hugo follows an English-language, international curriculum, with daily French lessons, from pre-school through high school. Students can earn an internationally-recognized High School Diploma or IB Diploma.

Contact individual schools for further information.

19 Chaussée de la Muette, 75016 Paris, France 1.77 km
+33 (0) 1 42 15 15 31+33 (0) 1 42 15 15 31

Metro: La Muette (line 9) Boulainvilliers (RER C)

Situated in what once was the “Passy La Muette” train station, in the heart of the 16th arrondissement, La Gare is an impressive spot for brunch. In nicer weather, you can enjoy sitting in one of its two lush outdoor terraces. On weekends, they have an all-you-can-eat buffet spread and entertainment for the little ones. It’s also an elegant spot lunch or dinner on Monday thru Saturday, too!

For more brunch recommendations, read our article:  “15 Best Weekend Brunches in and Around Paris”!

83 Boulevard Suchet, 75016 Paris, France 1.79 km

Caroline is an Independent Educational Consultant and founder of A+CollegeCoaching. Based in Paris, she helps families identify and evaluate options for college and universities abroad as well as navigate the admissions process with the goal of finding the best academic, social and financial fit for their child. Having raised her own children in Germany, Japan and now France, she is particularly sensitive to the needs of ‘global nomad kids’.

Caroline holds a BA from the American University of Paris, an MBA from the University of Hartford, and a Certificate in Independent Educational Consulting from UC Irvine. She stays on top of college admission trends by regularly visiting college campuses, attending conferences and webinars and is a member of IECA and OACAC.

141 Avenue de Suffren, 75007 Paris, France 0 km

Founded in 1954, École Jeannine Manuel has now become the largest non-denominational independent school in France. With a mission to promote international understanding through the bilingual education of a multicultural community of students and parents, they now educate 2,900 students, representing over 65 nationalities, between their Paris and Lille locations.

For new non-French speaking students beginning in CE1 (~age 7) and up to seconde (~age 15), enrollment takes place in “adaptation” classes where they follow a one-year French immersion program. Further special instruction in French continues for another additional year including three additional hours of French each week and individual support, as required.

They have 4 locations in Paris and boarding opportunities at their Lille, France location.

8 Rue Blomet, 75015 Paris, France 1.83 km

New Zealander Sophie Dingemans is a certified Feldenkrais® practitioner involved with movement education for over 20 years. Learning with Feldenkrais® has a wide range of applications including: rehabiltation from injury, surgery, and neurological conditions; releasing chronic and acute pain, tension and stress; improving co-ordination, posture and self-awareness; refining specialist skills; gaining confidence and improving actions and behaviour. Sophie works with a range of people, specialises in working with special needs children, and is known for the high quality and efficacy of her work.

20 Rue Scheffer, 75016 Paris, France 1.93 km
+33 (0)1 47 27 48 27+33 (0)1 47 27 48 27
Trocadéro ⑥

Coming from three generations of Italian hairdressers, Cristina and her staff are very friendly and great with kids too. You can even get your nails done while getting your tresses colored, and it won’t break the bank.

131 Rue Michel-Ange, 75016 Paris, France 1.94 km
+33(0)1 46 51 46 68+33(0)1 46 51 46 68

Metro: Porte de St Cloud

Known for its crispy Peking Duck served over several courses, the Palais du Bonheur serves up typical grilled and steamed Chinese dishes — all for a reasonable price, with a welcoming smile! Our faves: Peking duck of course, salt and pepper shrimp, ma po tofu, braised eggplant and hot and sour soup!

86 Rue de la Tour, 75016 Paris, France 1.99 km

Metro: Rue de la Pompe (line 9), Trocadéro or Passy (line 6), Ave. Henri Martin (RER C)

Institut de la Tour is a private Catholic school offering an Anglophone section with over 500 students in the collège and lycée programs. Teachers and administrators aim to help their students develop intellectually, personally and spiritually employing their philosophy of “s’élèver ensemble” (raise them together).

See website for details on the Anglophone section application procedures, which begin in October for the following school year.

They also offer Wednesday afternoon English immersion programs for primary and pre-primary (maternelle) aged children.

145 Rue Saint-Dominique, 75007 Paris, France 0 km
+33 (0)1 47 05 66 55 or +33 (0)1 44 42 99 00+33 (0)1 47 05 66 55 or +33 (0)1 44 42 99 00

Founded in 1960 by a pioneer in bilingual education, Mrs. Patricia Lennen, this school welcomes children and their families from all over the world. With their staff of well-qualified and experienced teachers, they continue to adapt the concept of bilingual education affording children the skill to think and learn in both French and English from the beginning of their schooling – from ages 2 thru 11 years old.

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