Tag Archives: Pastry Shops

Des Gâteaux et du Pain

This very chic boulangerie and pâtisserie makes more than two dozen different types of bread, among which fresh baguette, fougasse, foccacia, raisin bread, rye bread. On the pastry side, you’ll find a delectable millefeuilles, lemon tarts, mont blancs, religieuses and savarins. House specialities include the Gateau au chocolat grands crus, which features a 70 per … Continue reading Des Gâteaux et du Pain

Pâtisserie Monceau

Pastry chef and chocolatier Teddy Monceau makes macarons in wonderful flavours like salted butter-caramel, nougat, pistachio, raspberry and, of course, chocolate. Monsieur Monceau, who took over this neighburhood pâtisserie in 2006, has already developed a reputation among locals for both excellence and creativity. In addition to classic pastries and confections, he makes chocolate frogs, dinosaurs … Continue reading Pâtisserie Monceau

Chez Bogato

Chez Bogato is a delightful sweets shop and pâtisserie that makes fun cakes, pastries and cookies clearly designed with kids in mind. But their goodies are also for those looking for unusual cakes for special events and parties. The cakes (moelleux au chocolat, quatre-quart, framboisier, dacquoise and others) come in all kinds of shapes: castles, … Continue reading Chez Bogato

La Prairie de Coquelicot

Boulanger Thierry Racoillet (Compagnon du tour de france), and his team make up to 15 different kinds of breads daily, including four or five different baguettes and an array of speciality breads. The shops sells a wide assortment of classic pastries, including eclairs, religieuses, Paris Brest and various fruit tarts. Monsieur Racoillet takes great pride … Continue reading La Prairie de Coquelicot