Sweet delights and pastry chefs in Paris Region
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- Pastry chefs in Paris Region
Crispy chocolate breads, melting macaroons, soft cakes … In Paris and throughout the region, pastry is constantly being reinvented. Here is our selection of famous pastry chefs to transform your winter into a sweet gourmet break.
Cédric Grolet, the sweet genius
It’s no surprise that outrageously talented wonder chef Cédric Grolet has been named the 2018 World’s Best Pastry Chef.
Stop by his pastry laboratory and boutique with its minimalist design to admire his trompe l’œil cakes, perfect expressions of the chef’s bold artistic vision.
If you like traditional pastries and cakes, head for Cédric Grollet’s shop in Opéra
Yann Couvreur and his subtle flavours
YC, chef Yann Couvreur’s first café, is on the ground floor of Galeries Lafayette Gourmet.
His pastries, cakes and savoury treats are a harmonious blend of meticulously chosen flavours, perfect for brunch, lunch or tea.
A unique gustative experience !
Christophe Michalak’s pop culture
Christophe Michalak, the rock star of French pastry, awaits you in the heart of Paris in his shops in the Marais and Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
Enjoy innovative and uninhibited pastries, such as his salted butter nun and his “kosmik” chocolate mousse.
Mori Yoshida’s Japanese treats
Mori Yoshida has chosen a spot just a stone’s throw from Les Invalides to open his pastry shop, where the winner of the Japanese version of “ the Great British Bake Off cookery show “ presents his successful blend of French tradition and Japanese sophistication.
Let yourself be tempted by a lemon-flavoured Paris-Brest, a banana turnover, a Japanese strawberry cream for a perfect balance between East and West.
Yann Menguy at the Goutte d’or
Yann Menguy is making traditional French pastry-making more accessible by serving it up in a New York-style coffee shop in the heart of the bustling Goutte d’Or neighbourhood.
As the barista prepares your coffee, nibble on the chef’s signature dessert, a swoon-inducing swirl of hazelnut cream on a chocolate-coated biscuit.
Philippe Conticini all about sweet emotions
Philippe Conticini opened his first Gâteaux d’émotions shop in Japan and now there is a second in the heart of Paris.
It offers a delicious selection of cakes, pastries, fruit tartlets and other desserts inspired by his many travels, with a focus on seasonality and flavours.
A walking tour of sweet treats
Enjoy a journey of discovery through the delicious world of pastries and chocolates with Meeting the French, in the legendary Saint-Germain-des-Prés district.
Here you’ll find the latest in sweet delicacies, created by highly skilled pastry chefs and unanimously acclaimed by the food press.
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