This is a combined post on the bread and pastries I tried in Paris.
There’s Paul near out hotel on Champs–Élysées, so we got breakfast there!
I have yet to come across a local/famous boulangerie so while shopping at the Galeries Lafayette, I went crazy when I saw Eric Kayser in the food market!
Next time, I must/will try his baguettes, which is what he’s most famous for, cause the items I tried this time wasn’t that amazing….
I couldn’t leave Paris without eating pastries, so I went to Publicis Drugstore (which has everything! L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon… Pierre Hermé) to buy pastries from Dalloyau. Dalloyau dates back to 1682 and the Versailles Court and is one of the most famous pâtisseries in Paris. It’s famous for their Opera cake (which they invented); however, I tried their Mille–feuille and some chocolate-caramel dome.
FAIM? OUI OUI!!
various locations but I went to the one on Champs Elysées
Boulangerie Eric Kayser
various locations but I went to the one at Galeries Lafayette
various locations but I went to the one at Publicis Drugstore