La Patisserie des Rêves
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- 76%Local Culture
- 63%Art & Design Lovers
- 62%Luxury Travelers
Member Reviews (3)
- La Patisserie des RêvesMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 3Nov 16, 2013
This patisserie is specially known for its design than the pastries themselves. The cakes are displayed in huge glass domes that are pulled by pulley systems to reveal what's inside and it all looks so pretty. Their pastries are good too and the place is tiny, so you'll most likely have to take out but it's worth the visit.
- La Patisserie des RêvesMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureLuxury TravelersAug 02, 2013
Offering a unique, yet still Parisian, take on pastries, this 16th arrondissement shop features the work of French sugar sultan Phillippe Conticini and centers on a futuristic display case made of steel and blonde wood, where handcrafted treats sit atop refrigerated pieces of slate underneath glass capsules. The tarte Tatin, an upside-down fruit confection, is among the most popular sellers.
- La Patisserie des RêvesMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureFamily Travelers+ 2First to ReviewAug 13, 2012
Insanely gorgeous and hip, in a way only the French can do. Translated as the "pastry shop of dreams" this is a joint creation of Philippe Conticini, one of the most celebrated pastry chefs in France, and Thierry Teyssier, who owns boutique hotels in Morocco and Portugal. A beautiful line of classics that includes a daisy-shaped Paris-Brest with hidden pockets of liquid praline.