Have the most delicious cake in Paris

Have the most delicious cake in Paris


Have the most delicious cake in Paris

by Gabriele Paceviciute

Paris could be a heaven for patisseries and friendly home to the sweets lowers. My advice to you would be to embrace the sweet life! Don’t be afraid to get more calories because it‘s worth.

Angelina – this miniature outpost of the famous Rue du Rivoli salon de théreplicates all of the original’s Belle Epoque charm, with mosaic floors, ornate mirrors, and soft lighting. Proust and Coco Chanel rubbed shoulders with the biggest names in fashion in Angelina’s salons. Angelina’s popular hot chocolate – perfect combination of different types of chocolate from different lands lends. This iconic pastry combines meringue, light whipped cream and chestnut paste vermicelli to delight even the keenest of palates. The Mont-Blanc’s unique, unrivalled recipe has made it Angelina’s famous trademark pastry since 1903.

rue du Bac 75007 Paris

Des Gâteaux et du Pain – one of the city’s only female pâtissiers, Claire Damon made her name at her flagship boutique in the 15th Arrondissement before branching out to this second sleek space. Fans rave about treats grapefruit tart, the “lipstick,” a glossy dome featuring seasonal fruit and the flaky butter croissants. The perfect spot for the breakfast run as you can pick up freshly baked baguettes, flaky buttery croissants and indeed a pastry or two.

89 Rue du Bac 75007 Paris

La Pâtisserie des Rêves – opened by renowned pastry chef Philippe Conticini, this dreamy shop offers modern twists on old classics. Despite the slightly clinical atmosphere, the sweets are perfectly decadent, from the intense tarte à l’orange to the delicate crumb of the madeleines. The patisseries hang from the ceiling in glass displayed as the pieces of art. Don’t leave this place without trying the masterpiece: the Paris-Brest.

93 Rue du Bac 75007 Paris


La Grande Épicerie de Paris – offering every form of French charcuterie, cheese, butter, wine, bread, and a bevy of glossy patisseries displayed like jewels. While everything is delicious, go for the sweets in the store’s boulangerie section: humble baked goods such as pains au chocolat, rustic apple tarts, and buttery tea cakes.

38 Rue de Sèvres 75007 Paris

Sébastien Gaudard Stepping foot into this whimsical tearoom will have you instantly in awe. Natural light floods in through the windows and exposed bulbs hang from the ceilings, which combined, provide an ethereal light dancing off the pastries making them even more tempting. The pastel blue hues and marble tables only add to the interior-décor perfection. Oh and did I mention that all of the patisseries are mouth-wateringly good? Don’t leave without a couple of caramels au beurre salé for the road.

Rue des Pyramides, 75001 Paris | Métro Tuileries

Hugo & Victor – the former head pastry chef at the Michelin three-star Guy Savoy, Hugues Pouget went on to become the 2003 Champion de France du Dessert before teaming up with childhood friend Sylvain Blanc to open Hugo & Victor in 2010. Their pastries’ aesthetics range from the simple to the architecturally sublime —all served up in a shop that looks like a hybrid between Cartier and Dior. Top Picks: Mango macaron, Hugo Vanille, raspberry-pistachio macaron tart, Victor Verveine, Victor Pistache, Hugo Passion, Earl Grey chocolate tart, wild blueberry macaron and combawa lime macaron.

40, boulevard Raspail, 75007 Paris, France