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It's everywhere in Paris!!!!! It's a bit expensive, and I don't like the sandwiches, but they have ok "pain au chocolat" and "croissants". Ah! The "quiche Lorraine" and some "chocolate pie" I tried it was nice too. Well, Paul is one of those places is a safe option to go for a coffee or some snack, it's not extraordinary but ...Popular withFoodiesBudgetBackpackers
I am surprised at how few people know of Pierre Herme in the United States. The patisseries are better than Laduree by a mile. Beautifully crafted desserts that aren't overly sweet (like Laduree). The macaroons are a favorite here and almost resemble tiny cakes compared your traditional macaroon.Popular withLuxuryFoodiesTrendsters
Your best bet for veg food if you are staying in or around the Montmartre area, Au Grain de Folie focuses on fresh, whole, simple meals that are cooked up in the healthiest way possible. In other words, you won't find any deep-fried items or heavy sauces in this little restaurant. The staff are warm and friendly and the ambiance ...Popular withVegetarianWellnessFoodies
Rose Bakery was a refreshing change of pace from the diet of bread and cheese that I was stuck on for 4 days in Paris. Don't get me wrong, I love a good baguette with brie, but after nothing but for 72 hours, I was craving some serious veg, and Rose Bakery delivered. Their offerings are all organic and fresh ...Popular withVegetarianFoodies
Favorite bakery in Paris. They have the flakiest croissants, the best pain aux raisins and amazing baguettes. They also have a pastry counter with loads of delicious treats as well as a little stand that sells quiche and other quick lunch foods. Right near the Republique metro station.
We were just walking around and stumbled across this pastry shop. The pastries are pretty fancy and it's owned by a MOF (Meilleurs Ouvriers de France) I thought the pastries were reasonably priced and pretty good, but maybe not quite as spectacular as I thought it ought to be.
Pain Quotidien has few locations around Paris, and they offer great quality food with small prices. I like this location for its' terrace. It's is a perfect place for a brunch or lunch, and it's one of the few places where they use organic ingredients, but have managed to keep the prices reasonable.Popular withVegetarianBackpackersBudget
Paris has a lot of bakeries, but during my time there nothing compared to my neighborhood's own Au Levain du Marais. Baguette baked from scratch every morning, a daily changing flavor for madeleines and a pain au raisin that made my father walk 6 to 7 blocks every morning for his fix. He isn't usually a pastry fanatic, but this ...Popular withLocalFoodiesFamilies
If you love French food and pastries, but aren't too keen on the eggs and butter, this vegan bakery and restaurant is THE place to head to. They have a wide selection of traditional pastries, as well as raw pastas, homemade ice-creams and cakes, and plant-based takes on traditional French delicacies. Faux-gras, any one?Popular withVegetarianWellnessFoodies
This bakery located in Rue Lepic is one of my favorites. Displayed in the window are delicious fruit and chocolate tarts that immediately entice you to enter. They also have a large variety of quiches and gooey, soft, melt in your mouth cookies (that you don't often find in Paris)! No other bakery has such a great variety of sweet ...Popular withBudgetFoodies