This Patisserie is older than the US, having been founded in 1730 by the pastry chef of Louis XV. The interior is stunning, don’t forget to look up at the ceiling!
We ordered the decadent Paris Brest, a concoction of hazelnut cream with roasted candied hazelnuts on top. It was made in honor of the Paris Brest Bicycle Race first run in 1891. It was beyond delicious, I will have to have another before we depart! We also had a lovely Tarte aux Framboise and ordered both the Quiche Lorraine and the Leek Quiche, both warmed at our apartment and delicious- especially the leek. The baguette was also excellent. The gentleman who waited on us was charming and helpful as all the staff seemed.
I simply cannot imagine why there are only four and a half stars on this Patisserie- hopefully this review will put it over the top!
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