15 January 2020

Where to find the best croissant in Paris

When you think about Paris, you picture the Eiffel tour, the lovely cafés and of course French croissant! This delightful Viennese pastry is a world known for its puff pastry and golden crips. Even if its been copied many times, it is never as well prepared as in Parisian bakeries. So here is our selection of the best croissant in Paris!

Quand on vous dit Paris, vous imaginez la Tour Eiffel, les jolies terasses des cafés et bien sûr les croissants ! Cette delicieuse viennoiserie est connue à travers le monde pour sa pate crouistillante et fondante. Et même s’il a été copié à maintes reprieses, rien n’a jamais égalé la viennoiserie française. voici notre seleciton des meilleurs croissants à deguster à Paris 

 

Le croissant de Gontran Cherrier

Gontran Cherrier has worked alongside Alain Passard as a pastry chef before opening

his own and making the most delightful croissants.

Where?  22 rue Caulaincourt, Paris 18ème

 

Le croissant de Laurent Duchêne

Named « Meilleur Ouvrier de France », this bakery of de la Butte aux Cailles offers

pure butter chocolate with praline croissant that will drive you crazy!

Where? 2, rue Wurtz, Paris 13ème

 

Le croissant Farine&O

Their croissant is realized in a traditional French bakery-style, making them

perfectly crisp and golden.

Where? 19, rue Poncelet Paris 17ème

 

Le croissant Maison Landemaine

Rodolphe Ledemaine is one of the best croissants in Paris in 2019,

combining delicacy and authenticity. His golden croissant is absolutely the best

Where? 26, rue des Martyrs, Paris 9ème

 

Le croissant Helmut New Cake • GLUTEN FREE

We couldn’t end our selection without a glutenfree option! If it’s the hardest task

to mimic the last of true traditional croissant, that glutenfree version from

Helmut New Cake come quite close!

Where? 28 rue Vignon Paris 9ème

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