Pastries

The Hood Paris: Coffee, Creativity and Gastronomy

The Hood wears many hats, and it carries each one impeccably. By day, the comfortable, airy space serves as a coffeehouse and creative meeting place. By night, a veritable gastronomic address.
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Breadlovers’ Paris: Our Top Picks in Montmartre’s Abbesses ‘Hood

The recipe to make a baguette tradition does not change much from bakery to bakery, but the care in the choice of ingredients, and the way that
by Elena Berton
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Where to Find the Best Brunch in Paris: Our Top Picks for Brunching in the City

Cooking breakfast is an intimate experience that requires great heart and attention; it is the first meal of the day. Your empty belly craves for
by Lise Kvan
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Les Choupettes de ChouChou: Organic Puff Pastry and Chantilly Cream in Montmartre

Les Choupettes de ChouChou in Montmartre is a monothematic pastry shop which only sells chouquettes, the ubiquitous bite sized choux pastries
by Elena Berton
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Umami Matcha Café: Japanese Dining, Tea and Pastries in Paris’ 3ème

Tucked away in a quiet street behind the hustle and bustle of the busy Place de la République, Umami Matcha is the first café in Paris to be
by Elena Berton
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An Interview with Raphaële Marchal, Food Writer Extraordinaire & Author of À La Folie

If there’s one name to know in Paris’ fizzing new food scene, it’s that of Raphaële Marchal. Contributing writer to the all-things-sugar
by Emma Brode
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Privé de Dessert 2: Traditional French “Desserts” with a Twist

At PDD2 what you see is not what you get. The offshoot of Privé de Dessert, the quirky SoPi restaurant where entrées and main dishes look like
by Elena Berton
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DonAntónia Pastelaria: Portuguese Treats Along the Canal St-Martin

Among all of the trendy coffee shops and boutiques along the Canal Saint Martin, one new address is standing out from the rest. Forget croissants
by Bryan Pirolli
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The Best (Organic) Bread in Paris

Healthy, organic food is sweeping through Paris in the form of health food stores, juice bars and vegetarian cafés, and not even boulangeries are
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CREAM Café: Craft Roasted Coffee in Paris’ Belleville Neighborhood

Pay a visit to CREAM, Paris’ newest address for craft-roasted coffee in Belleville. Far from being a spin-off of an American or Australian coffee
by Emily Dilling
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The Sweet Life: Japanese Pastry Chefs Are Making Waves in Paris

Walking through the streets of Paris, past famous monuments and cult patisserie shops, it’s hard not to notice the lines filling up with
by Sivan Askayo
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The Life Of a Pastry Chef: My Internship At Un Dimanche A Paris

When I quit my corporate job and moved to Paris to pursue my dream of becoming a pastry chef, I wasn’t sure how far down this path I could
by Cindy Wang
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Teatime: The Best Places to Indulge in Tea (and Something Sweet) in Paris

When the cold arrives in the City of Light there’s nothing better than cuddling up with a cup of hot tea and a few delicious pastries in the
by Carin Olsson