Mori Yoshida

When a Japanese talent converts to French pastry, the result is bound to be good. As proof: Morihide Yoshida, whose creations overshadow the nearby Invalides dome.

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Morihide Yoshida is not afraid of anything, and certainly not of measuring his talent. After winning a major pastry competition on Japanese television – twice – he repeated the performance in France by competing on the show Meilleur Pâtissier: Les Professionnels (M6) in 2018, which he won – again!

But for this exceptional young artisan, the greatest reward was to get to open a pastry shop in world capital of the art of pastry in 2013, just near the **Invalides. After several stores already opened in Japan, he is now located a stone’s throw from Napoleon’s tomb, where he pays an imperial tribute to the art of French sweetness.

For Morihide, indeed, it is not about creating a Japanese revolution: he respects the most classical recipes of the French repertoire, which he enhances with his typically Japanese finesse, including a keen sense of precision and harmony. From pure butter viennoiseries to Paris-Brest, Opéra and other pastries, that first prize is well deserved!

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65, avenue de Breteuil
75007 Paris 7ème

    Days and opening hours

    Every day throughout the year between 10 am and 7 pm. Closed Monday and Tuesday.



    Spoken languages

    • French
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    • Laurent Fau