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Located near the Saint-Sulpice church, this is my first Parisian shop. You can find all of the products I’ve created with my team: fine pastries, croissants, macarons, cakes, chocolates, and ice cream. It is one of only two boutiques with the full range of our offerings, and we’re open Sundays. One of my signatures is the Ispahan collection, with pastries composed of lychee, rose, and raspberry. I recommend starting with the cake, which is available all year round.
Very well known pastry. The emblematic cake is the Ispahan and the Rose Macaron. But so many other nice things... There is a new shop Pierre Hermé just in front our building Bd St Germain, not yet registered for this guide.
Pierre Hermé started his career at just 14 as an apprentice to Gaston Lenôtre (see below) and made a name for himself early on in France, Japan, and the United States as the “Picasso of pastry,” revolutionizing pastry making by embracing bold new flavors, sensations, and pleasures. His macarons…
The best in our opinion: Pierre is a magician. Our favorite is the Infiniment Vanille cake. We cooked one once — took us 8 hours of work over two days! You can also try his Macarons, which are the best in town (Pierre Hermé used to be the pastry chef at Ladurée). Go to the original rue Bonaparte…
“They have shops in a few other places in the city, but I like the one in the 6th best. This is the place to buy your macarons in Paris. ”
“Best macaroons in Paris. Stunning desserts that are a joy to look at, and to eat of course. ”
“The Café de Flore became a popular hub of famous writers and philosophers. Georges Bataille, Robert Desnos, Léon-Paul Fargue, Raymond Queneau were all regulars, and so was Pablo Picasso. The classic Art Deco interior of all red seating, mahogany and mirrors has changed little since World War II. The Prix de Flore, a literary prize inaugurated by Frédéric Beigbeder in 1994, is awarded annually at the Café de Flore.”
“ Legendary Café overlooking the Place Saint Germain des Prés disclaimer: one of the most expensive coffee in Paris ”