How about a delicious sweet break in Paris? Don’t miss our selection of the best addresses to have a gourmet snack in the city of lights: childhood memories, meringue lemon pies like you’ve never tasted before, uncommon flavors, feasts for the yes, for the record, you may gain some weight!
Here is our selection of the best places for a gourmet break in Paris:
Pierre Hermé opens 86 Champs, his teahouse on the Champs-Elysées
According to World’s best pastry chef, Pierre Hermé, an afternoon break is something you should do with a plus one, you take 2 pastries, 2 delicious hot drinks (including incredible coffees and passion fruit hot cocoas), 2 macarons and 2 madeleines for €49. In his pastry store-restaurant on the Champs-Elysées, love of good food is the watchword, meet from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.!
Pierre Hermé Café at Beaupassage
Pierre Hermé has opened his second Parisian café at Beaupassage, the new gourmet HQ in Paris. Open every day from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., this new place becomes THE place to be for foodies. For lunch, for teatime and even a brunch, Pierre Hermé seduces us with a beautiful sweet and savory offering.
Pastry chef Yann Couvreur opens a new pastry shop
French pastry chef Yann Couvreur opens his second pastry shop in Paris rue des Rosiers in the fourth arrondissement. A new pastry shop that has a few wonderful surprises in store: a counter for pastries made on order and to take away and a homemade ice creams counter. Let’s go stuff our faces!
Ladurée tea salon
Ladurée is one of the major houses in Paris: we’ve rarely seen the tea salon empty, and for good reason, Ladurée macarons are a genuine institution worldwide. On the Champs-Elysées, we can enjoy delicious cream puffs, saint-honorés, mille-feuilles and Sissi tarts.
With addresses in Printemps Haussmann, Boulevard St Germain, Place des Vosges and Place the la Madeleine, the tea salon from Moscow is renowned for its pastries with revisited flavors, including its Tvorog Saint-Honoré, its Gouchonka Modovick (a Russian dulce de leche) or its seasonal fruit Pavlova.
KL patisserie, the tea salon by Kevin Lacote
This is an address all foodies should try! Located at Wagram, KL Pâtisserie is 32-year old pastry chef Kévin Lacote’s first tea salon likely to make you succumb with classics plated on order and pastries to die for!
Michel Cluizel opens its tea salon in Neuilly
Manufacture Cluizel opens an all things chocolate tea salon in a street of Neuilly-sur-Seine: madeleines, financiers, shortbreads, cakes and obviously, chocolate bonbons are the stars of this cozy place open every day!
Le Loir dans la théière
Le Loir dans la théière is a tea salon know by each and every Parisian worthy of this name. first of all, this salon is a reference to Lewis Caroll’s work “Alice in Wonderland”. Here, the idea is to make you enjoy “simple” cakes in a cozy and bohemian atmosphere… and in the Marais area, please!
After his major pastry store located rue des Martyrs, Sébastien Gaudard opened a tea salon near the Tuileries, the place of all gourmet delights.
Aki Café: the Japanese tea salon
Aki Café is the latest store that opened in rue Sainte-Anne. This Japanese café-tea salon presents the perfect place for a gourmet and original break in the heart of Paris!
Opening of a Michel Cluizel tea shop featuring Philippe Conticini and Betjeman & Barton
The Marais Petute Manufacture Cluizel has closed to open a tea shop. For this new tantalizing place, chocolate factory Cluizel joined forces with Betjeman & Barton for tea and Philippe Conticini for pastries. A new place for lovers of good food in the heart of Paris.
Hôtel Duo launches its Afternoon Tea by Kévin Lacote
Hôtel Duo set in rue du Temple, launches an Afternoon Tea in partnership with pastry chef Kévin Lacote. Feel like discovering a cozy place to have a gourmet break on the week? We tell you everything about this new gourmet spot.
Yummy and Guiltfree Montmartre, Paris
Gluten-free waffles specialist, Yummy and Guiltfree, opens a new address in Boulevard Montmartre. Here’s to savory or sweet waffles lovers, go and test these super crispy waffles that have everything to please all taste buds no matter if you are gluten intolerant or not.
Senoble opens its first patisserie-tea room in Paris
It’s within walking distance from Palais Royal that opens Maison Senoble, the first patisserie-tea room of the family brand. On the menu for the sweet-toothed foodies: unique and iconic pastries around milk, very soft desserts and frozen ones, champagne, tea and even a luncheon offer to have on the go.
Fu Castella and its delicious light and soft cakes
Have you heard of castella? This small pastry from Portugal is finally coming to Paris at Fu Castella. We bet you’ll love this fine and soft cake!
Le Boudoir, Pablo Gicquel pastry boutique at the Crillon
Haute pâtisserie fans, the Hôtel de Crillon opens a new pastry boutique. A boutique accessible via rue Boissy d’Anglas that is open to all and offers Pastry Chef Pablo Gicquel’s famous creations.
Le Méchoui du Prince launches its teatime
Gourmet people out there looking for a place in Paris where to have an unusual teatime, Le Méchoui du Prince launches its Oriental teatime to discover on weekends. Moroccan flavors will be all yours for a very exotic break.
Let's enjoy an afternoon snack, shall we?
From 30 November 2018 to 31 December 2019
Paris - Ile de France
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