• Petite Fleur
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  • Petite Fleur
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  • Petite Fleur
    ©petite-fleur.gr
Petite Fleur
Volos
Petite Fleur


Time schedule
Time schedule

Tue.-Sat. 11:00-23:00, Sun. 11:00-22:00, Mon. closed

Prices
Prices

€3.50-€8 per person

Volos Food & Drink

Petite Fleur

Indulge in the mouth watering taste of pure chocolate at Petite Fleur. Don’t fret if you don’t have a sweet-tooth as this little romantic coffee place also serves snacks, excellent coffee and teas as well as a delicious breakfast menu.

The owners of Petite Fleur opened their first café in Athens in 2001. They’ve come a long way since then and have gained valuable experience in offering nothing but the best to their customers. The original idea behind Petite Fleur was to serve high-quality hot chocolate (and it doesn’t disappoint!) but today it has expanded its menu to include exquisite beverages and foods of all sorts.

The Volos branch of Petite Fleur is found in the centre of Volos and its incredible décor with colourful furniture, lovely antiques and beautiful china will sweep you away, making you feel like a modern Alice in Wonderland!. The owners are passionate about old jazz and soundtracks from all-time classic movies so the music, which is never overbearing, will certainly bring back a few memories.

Sitting by the piano you can enjoy hot and cold teas, milkshakes, ice-cream and frozen yogurt. Some drinks, as well as breakfast items, some light meals such as tarts and salads, are also on the menu. Make sure you ask for the desert of the day, as they are always best fresh from the oven. Hot chocolate is served with many variations including everything from vanilla sticks to rum and cardamom. All recipes use 70% cocoa which in turn is 100% organic!

Speciality dish
  • Espresso chocolate
  • Chocolate milkshake with wild cherries
  • Pink Fleur (yogurt or ice-cream shake with fresh watermelon)
Families should know

The café is pretty small, so when it’s busy there’s not much space for children to play around.

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Anastasia Valti-Spanopoulou was born and raised in Athens, Greece. After a year in Law School, she left Athens to pursue a degree in Comparative Literature and History of Art in Scotland. In 2014 she returned to Greece. As a student she did several different jobs including translation, teaching at a nursery school, screenwriting and, of course, waitressing! When she’s not busy reading ridiculously old books, she enjoys playing the piano, struggles to learn Russian and travels to places with excellent cuisine and plentiful galleries!