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Though you’ll have somewhere between two and 16 courses in a dinner at Joël Robuchon, save a sliver of space for tea or coffee with the famous mignardise cart to end your meal. The restaurant serves coffee in just about every way you could order it: espresso, latte, cappuccino and French press, all made with La Colombe beans. Tea drinkers can peruse the tea cart and its fresh herb infusions in addition to In Pursuit of Tea dried loose teas. Pots of peppermint, lemon thyme, spearmint and other herbs await you on the cart — order a cup of peppermint tea and your server will clip leaves and steep the tea right in front of you, adding a personal touch to an already personalized meal at the Five-Star restaurant.