Rue de Charonne pillar for many years, starred restaurant Septime has been delighting foodies in Paris and from all over the world, and never failed to live up to its reputation.
In 2021, Bertrand Grébaut and Théo Pourriat – running Septime and Clamato – are initiating a new adventure: Tapisserie. Well, not exactly. This is not a tapestry business so forget about them if you want to spruce your flat up…
But, chef Grébaut and his associate Pourriat open Tapisserie, fun and clever anagram for patisserie, maybe you got it! You discover a patisserie providing you with sweet treats all day around, at some very precise hours, because there is only one oven and each batch is cooked at a certain time. Make sure you remember if you want to get your favorite pastries fresh and perfect.
Set a stone’s throw from Septime, on 65 rue de Charonne, the new Tapisserie pastry store unveils many good treats, but not a lot of options, and it is for the best: cakes, viennoiseries, seasonal fruit tarts, sugar tarts, chocolate tarts, lemon tarts, bourdaloue tarts, creamy egg tarts, kouign amann…
We fell for the famous holy grass choux buns, holy grass being a filed weed flavoring the cream. We also fell for the unmissable Clamatarte, a tartlet based on maple syrup and unsweetened whipped cream, just divine, and restaurant Clamato’s signature dessert.
In other words, we loved it and highly recommend this new Parisian pastry store. Please note you can still enjoy Septime dishes that are currently available on takeaway!
Dates and Opening Time
Starts 5 January 2021
65 Rue de Charonne
75011 Paris 11