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Pâtisserie Grandin

The town of Saint Germain-en-Laye is home not only to archaeological treasures but also to many sweet treats that will delight everyone.

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Description

Not far from the Saint-Germain-en-Laye castle, which today houses the National Archaeology Museum, is the Pâtisserie Grandin, which is just as remarkable as its majestic neighbour! It has been a favourite of Saint-Germain residents since 1822, the year it was founded. Today, pastry chef Michel Pottier is dedicated to concocting nearly forty original (and mouth-watering) delicacies, each one more imaginative than the next. You can’t go wrong as you choose among a wide range of delectable desserts, including the mythical Saint-Germain, the Marly or the Debussy, as a tribute to the famous composer, born a few steps away!

Whether you prefer fruit, chocolate, whipped cream, almond cream or mousse, the Grandin pastry shop is the ideal place to take a little gourmet break after strolling through the magnificent historic centre of Saint-Germain, a royal town steeped in history.

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Access and contact

13 rue au Pain
78100 Saint-Germain-en-Laye

Days and opening hours

Every day throughout the year between 8.30 am and 7.30 pm. Closed on Monday.

Prices

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Spoken languages

  • French
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Accessibility

  • Mental disability