Meet rue de Courcelles for delicious pastries and macarons. In their Cernay-la-Ville pastry store, Mélanie L’Héritier and Arnaud Mathez have been cooking macarons every day for over five years.
To get such delicious macarons, the two pâtissiers work only exceptional and seasonal products and try themselves with uncommon compositions: rose from Lebanon macaron, blackcurrant-chestnut macaron, dark chocolate-lime macaron, or basil-vanilla from Madagascar… there’re only 12 flavors offered in store, but what flavors!
In 2014, they were only 25 years old, the two Cernay-la-Ville pastry chefs set themselves a challenge and not any kind of challenge: Mélanie L’Héritier and Arnaud Mathez took part in the French Macaron Championship and won it!
And if we’re attracted to macarons, we let ourselves tempted by the key creations: a Paris-Brest with a homemade praline, a very sour lemon tart and the mille-feuille with salty butter caramel are to be tried out at all cost!
Their macarons really are delicious so much that Courcelles pastry store already attracts its share of curious eaters (including Philippe Conticini who came the day after the opening to discover the address).
Jardin Sucré Paris pastry store
Address: 156 rue de Courcelles – 75017 Paris
Open from Tuesday to Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. and on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Rates: €1.90 for one macaron, €5 for a chocolate bar, pastries for €5-€8
La Pâtisserie Jardin Sucré Paris
156 Rue de Courcelles
75017 Paris 17
M° 3 - Pereire
le macaron: 1,9 €
la tablette de chocolat: 5 €
la patisserie: 5-8 €