Hotel George V
Pierre Hermé
Heir to four generations of Alsatian bakery and pastry-making tradition, Pierre Hermé began his career at the age of 14 as an apprentice to Gaston Lenôtre. With his original approach to the profession of pastry chef, he revolutionizes even the most firmly entrenched traditions.
72 rue Bonaparte 75006 google_maps
The story of the Ladurée macaron starts in the middle of the 20th century with Pierre Desfontaines, who first thought of taking two macaron shells and joining them with a delicious ganache filling. Since this time, the recipe did not change.
75 avenue des Champs-Elysées 75008 google_maps
Patisserie des rêves by Philippe Conticini
Philippe Conticini is an icon in contemporary French and international fine cuisine. A pioneer in the renewal of French pastry making, he is one of the rare pastry chefs to have also had a very high level cuisine career. In 1994 he invented the principle of verrines to present dishes traditionally served on a plate, in vertical transparency instead.
111 rue de Longchamp 75116 google_maps
Arnaud Larher
Arnaud Larher, Meilleur Ouvrier de France, began his learning of the pastry when he was 15 years old. Since then, he works to shape his technique, the composition of the pastries, the mix and transform the products. He opened his first shop in Montmartre with his wife in 1997 and now owns three addresses. He offers a large variety of pastries including cakes, tarts, classics, individual pastries…
93 Rue de Seine, 75006 google_maps
Nicolas Haelewyn spent the major part of his career at Ladurée and the past five years as International Pastry Chef for the group when he decided to create his very own concept around caramel. This 31 years old talent works the caramel a very personal way to remember his souvenir from Normandy.
67 Rue Saint-Dominique, 75007 google_maps
Fou de Pâtisserie
A selection of the best pastry Chefs are reunited in a single place, this is the concept of Fou de Pâtisserie. Chefs such as Carl Marletti, Catherine Kluger, Fabrice Gillotte, Pierre Marcolini, Pierre Hermé, Vincent Guerlais display and sell in this boutique their best creations.
Sometimes, Fou de Pâtisserie organizes pop-up partnership with Patry Chef such as our very own Maxime Frédéric.
45 Rue Montorgueil 75002 google_maps
Yann Couvreur
After his experiences in Luxury Hotels and restaurants to develop his techniques with other Chefs, Yann Couvreur decided to open his own boutique and to let express his creativity. Do not miss his signature dessert, the Vanilla from Comores Millefeuille !
23 bis Rue des Rosiers 75004 google_maps
Gérard Mulot
The perfect match between the classic and the modern would be the scenery to describe Gérard Mulot pastry. When Fabien Rouillard first arrived, this was his goal and challenge, to keep the spirit of this historical address and add modernity and creativity. You can also seat and the counter to savor the pastries.
Gérard Mulot 76 Rue de Seine 75006 google_maps
Do not miss the oldest pastry of Paris, founded in 1730 by the Pastry Chef of Louis the XVth : Nicolas Stohrer. The sumptuous décor signed Paul Baudry is classified as Historical monument. The temple of sweetness offers the best of the French classic desserts.
51 Rue Montorgueil 75002 google_maps
Christophe Michalak
If you are looking for sweet presents or just souvenirs to bring back from Paris, Christophe Michalak pastry shop is the place to go. This star chef offers classic pastries with a modern twist in a superb packaging.
16 Rue de la Verrerie 75004 google_maps
Angelina was founded back in 1903 by the confectioner Antoine Rumpelmayer and is probably now one of the most famous and visited pastry shop / tea room in Paris. Located along the Tuileries gardens the team room offers classic pastries in a sumptuous interior designed by the famous Belle Epoque architect Edouard-Jean Niermans. Not to be missed : their famous hot chocolate with a Mont Blanc. They do not accept reservations so be careful with the line on weekends.
226 Rue de Rivoli 75001 google_maps
Hotel George V
31 avenue George V
75008 Paris, France
Ph.+33 1 49 52 71 07
Fax +33 1 49 52 70 05

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