Jeffrey Cagnes has finally opened his own pastry store, as he went famous with his Casse-Noisette store, before returning to Stohrer, where he learned the ropes. After reboosting the oldest patisserie in Paris with rather delicious authentic desserts, he announced he was leaving for new adventures earlier in 2021.
A few months later, we discover the young 35-year-old father was top open a tearoom at 24 rue des Moines, when visiting the Batignolles area. This location is known by the local foodies, since this is where Jonathan Blot worked until 2017 with his Acide pastry store. About twenty seats, a wonderful windowed façade, it has it all.
As soon as you get in, you find on one side pastries and on the other side, viennoiseries, babkas, macarons and more tartlets.
Keep walking and enjoy the chocolate window displays.
And the chef has many ideas in store, as he has been making many collaborations with Philippe Conticini such as a decadent praline babka, and a framboisier cake available on sale at https://jeffreycagnes.fr. On his Instagram, Jeffrey Cagnes is dropping a few information here and there, such as a picture of a plated raspberry pavlova and a viennoiseries taste test, without forgetting the Trop'Dog.
In other words, it is open now and you definitely want to treat yourselves to Jeffrey Cagnes' delicious creations!
Dates and Opening Time
Starts 21 September 2021
Jeffrey Cagnes Paris pâtisserie
24 Rue des Moines
75017 Paris 17