We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Macaroons are definitely one of the seeet you must eat in Paris and Pierre Herme(which is not hard to find everywhere ) is high quality and with fair price. There are lots of flavors and the packing is good and cute, suit for all sweet...More
We visited Pierre Hermès in Jan 2019 and were disappointed with their macaroons. We experienced Ladurée a few days before visiting them and it’s light years apart. It’s a lot more efficient a Pierre Hermès, but the quality is just not the same. Ladurée’s service...More
We ordered ispahan and 5 different flavors of macaron but they all weren’t so tasty compared to other macaron places which are even less expensive. The flavors are unique but so intense i felt like chewing an actual vanilla bean we I tried the vanilla...More
Most sources put Pierre Hermé head-to-head with Laduree for the best macarons in Paris. Hermé was named Best Pastry Chef in the World in 2016. I haven’t tried Laduree so I can’t comment but these were very good by any standard. Hermé is known for...More
Absolutely Delicious! Excellent service, friendly and discreet. We have been asked very politely if we wanted to have a desert or lunch. At this question you generally feel uncomfortable ordering a desert « only », but that was exactly what we were looking for and we did...More
I went there because people recommended me the Pierre Herme. And yes it was really really delicious. But the staff was unacceptable. We were at the Pierre herme at the boulevard malesherbes and when my friend and me he said in a very rude way...More
Evidently the Chefs Of The World voted him the Worlds Best Pastry Chef in 2016. We agree. We were there in the off-season and the line was out the door; in high season I'd suggest an early arrival. Whatever time you spend in line, it...More
As was said, it is a chocolate and pastry shop, not a restaurant. The pastries are "works of art." They are not inexpensive, but as the saying goes - you get what you pay for. I would suggest going there just to look at... More
As was said, it is a chocolate and pastry shop, not a restaurant. The pastries are "works of art." They are not inexpensive, but as the saying goes - you get what you pay for. I would suggest going there just to look at the beautiful tarts and creative flavored MACARONS (not macaroons) but the shop is small and is usually very crowded. It is difficult to see what is available until it is your turn to be served.