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Parisien guide for food 2023: Paris Must-Visit Bakeries and Patisseries

Discover the best bakeries and pasteries in Paris:

1.Pierre Hermé:

Macaron with berries and cream
The famous macaron chez Pierre Herme

Indulge in the enchanting ambiance of Paris, where every corner boasts seductive decoration.    In this romantic setting, taste the delectable world of macarons, each a miniature work of beauty.It’s simple to see why Parisians have a practice of gifting macarons as marks of affection.  With so many places to see in Paris, my recent visit to Montmartre left an indelible impact. The bakery i visited not only wowed me with its decor, but it also provided excellent service. They introduced me to the legendary macaron beurre salé, a flavor iconic with Pierre Hermé, enhancing my experience with a touch of Parisian magic. were able  also to taste its signature dessert, Ispaphan: a macaroon biscuit with rose, rose petal cream, raspberries and Pistachio.

2. Cédric Grolet:

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Cédric Grolet, named world’s finest pastry chef in 2018, is a true Parisian pastry master.In 2019, his designs took first place among the greatest pastries in the city.his creations claimed the top spot among the best pastries in the city. What sets him apart is his tantalizing Instagram feed, showcasing the meticulous art of crafting pastries with fresh, exquisite ingredients, making every bite worth the visit.Visiting his patisserie usually involves waiting in line, but it’s all part of the experience. While you wait for your turn, you can watch him make his exquisite pastries live, which is a visual treat in and of itself.Grolet’s magic extends further as he invites celebrities to join him in the kitchen, whipping up delectable treats and unveiling his latest sweet masterpieces. It’s a mouthwatering adventure not to be missed in the world of Parisian sweets.


Le caf LV DREAM à Paris

Louis Vuitton continues to expand its universe with an exceptional pairing of a cultural immersion with a culinary interlude.  The Maison’s ongoing suite of groundbreaking artistic collaborations welcomes LV DREAM, an expansive exhibition and gift store located in the historic former department store La Belle Jardinière, featuring a café and chocolate shop in the heart of the French capital. The storied leather goods house pays tribute to more than 160 years of creative exchanges, inviting Maxime Frédéric for an exciting new collaboration. The star-winning young Pastry Chef of Cheval Blanc Paris, renowned for his exquisite chocolate creations.

4. Maison Landemaine :

Pasty with cream in Maison Landemaine

One of the best bakery chains, known for using high-quality organic ingredients to make a wide variety of breads and pastries. It focuses on organic ingredients, offers a varied selection of breads, including traditional and speciality breads, and also creates delicious pastries. Maiso Landemaine operates several bakeries, making its products accessible to a wide range of customers. Its commitment to quality and sustainability is in line with consumer preferences for healthier and more environmentally-friendly food choices.

5. Boulangerie Poilâne:

Poilâne Bakery in 6th arrondissement of Paris

Boulangerie Poilâne Parisian institution, is famous for its sourdough bread, including the iconic round “Pain Poilâne.” This historic bakery, founded in 1932, upholds a commitment to natural ingredients and traditional methods, eschadditives and preservatives. The wood-fired oven imparts a unique flavor, and their bread has gained global acclaim. Poilâne’s artisanal craftsmanship and selection of pastries further cement its status as a symbol of French breadmaking tradition.

6. Arnaud LARHER:

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Arnaud LARHER Tarte

He been called the Star of Monmartre,Once you pass by his shop, it makes stop looking at his wonderfull parties and chocolates.

What actually distinguishes him is his wide variety of hot chocolate tastes, which range from basic chocolate-vanilla to unique chocolate-orange.In 2007, he was honored with the title of ‘Meilleur Ouvrier de France, placing him among the world’s finest artisans. The cakes are as vibrant as her chocolates, especially thier cakes. These are different cakes with flavours of green tea, maple syrup or vanilla infusion. Pavé de Montmartre is a soft almond biscuit covered with a thin layer of marzipan and baked golden. Its macaroons are also surprising in their choice of flavours, which are regularly renewed.

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Eya is a passionate lover of food, travel, and the art of sharing experiences. Having explored the food of Paris in October 2023, it brings me great pleasure to share my gastronomic adventures and more. My goal is to develop a savory and useful guide for those fascinated by the charms of Parisian cuisine, to share my passion for the city's food culture, and to inspire others to savor the city's unique tastes. On my blog, you can discover the best culinary experiences in Paris that suit a variety of tastes and preferences.

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