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I knew I had to bring back some colorful and lovely macarons for my boys, so we stopped at Laduree on our last day in Paris. Although pricy (around 36 euros for a dozen), everyone loved them. We just made the quick purchase - service...More
I was really excited to have tea and macarons at a Ladurée in Paris but it was very underwhelming. The service was slow and really not very friendly. We only ordered tea and macarons but the other food we saw looked very average for the...More
I give only 3 stars because the first time I’ve been there I’ve choose the ispahan ice cream, with rose ice cream terrible and it was mixed with litchis which were in contrast with everything. Raspberries were frozen and the cost was nearly 20 euro....More
Just came for coffee and cake. The waiter brought the raspberry tartellet with big black ants running around the cake- not one, but a few. Coffee cups and teaspoons were dirty. We run out of the place.More
Date of visit: October 2019
Laduree_Paris, Gérant at Laduree, responded to this reviewResponded November 29, 2019
Thank you for sharing your review.
We do apologize for the bad experience you had at Ladurée Bonaparte.
We are sorry to know you have been disturbed by insects.
We do regular inspection about this and have requested a new one urgently.
We had a connecting flight in Paris and were delighted to find a Laduree store in Terminal 2. The store was gorgeous, just like how they were shown on magazines. The macaron displays were perfect. We bought a few to try and they were so...More
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