The best bakeries in Paris 🍰
Pierre Hermé is the modern “father” of French pastry. In Pierre Hermé’s bakeries, you can taste the unique creations of the highest quality. The famous pastry chef has multiple distinctions and is considered by the press as the “Picasso of pastry”.
If you visit one of Pierre Hermé’s 12 patisseries in Paris, you must taste the mythical macaron Ispahan, as well as the homemade cake.
Sadaharu Aoki is one of the most special bakeries in Paris. In this bakery, you will taste magical and unpretentious flavors from an award-winning Japanese chef. Every creation is unique, and it completely escapes everything you’ve tasted in classic pastry shops.
If you visit it, try it out unique macarons, the famous Bamboo with cream with tea matcha.
Salon de thé Angelina
Salon de thé Angelina is another historical patisserie of Paris. At Angelina you will find classic flavors of French pastry beautifully made. The location is unique and reminds Paris of other times.
Do not miss out their hot chocolate, a trademark of this bakery, as well as their legendary Mont-Blanc.
Ladurée is considered the home of Macarons. It is a world-famous pâtisserie, a true trademark of the city of Paris. It’s so popular that you will rarely find a free table to install, but it’s worth the waiting.
If you choose it, you will have the chance to taste some of the world’s finest macarons.
Des gâteaux et du pain
Des gâteaux et du pain is a bakery of extremely high quality and fine flavors, which is considered the talk of the town. Don’t miss to taste their surprising tarte au citron (lemon pie).
La pâtisserie des rêves
Aux merveilleux de Fred
The Merveilleux (meaning wonderful) is a classic Belgian dessert based on meringue.
In this bakery you will find the best merveilleux but also freshly frothy fluffy brioche. Also, according to the Tripadvisor, it is considered one of the best patisseries in Paris.
Salon de thé Le Valentin
Pâtisserie Stohrer is a reference for the city, since it is the most historic bakery in Paris.
Nicolas Stohrer opened this particular pastry shop in 1730 and since then it has been running incessantly, at the same spot.
Among others, it is said that in Storer’s laboratory it was created the famous «Baba au rhum» (rum-baba).
Their brioche filled with pounded pralines (La Praluline) is the thing. Maybe the best brioche we have tasted so far.
The lovers of chocolate, you should definitely taste their Barre Infernale, crunchy, creamy, and delicious.