6 Popular Places for Dessert Lovers in Paris

Ispahan festival, Pierre Herme Paris
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Famous for its scrumptious and multi-course meals, Paris is simply incomparable when it comes to desserts. It is so common to walk into a patisserie or chocolaterie for a quick snack or indulgence in Paris.

Let us look at the list of some of the places anyone with a sweet tooth cannot miss. No matter which dessert you try, you will not be disappointed. That’s the magic of Paris. The price is totally worthwhile for such a tempting treat.

Carl Marletti - Paris
Carl Marletti – Paris. Photo by 46137

Here are six of the top places for desserts:

Angelina

Address: 226 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris

Situated close to Jardin des Tuileries and Le Musée du Louvre, this warm and intimate place offers legendary hot chocolate that is inviting and hard to say no to. Angelina is a cafe serving desserts, breakfasts and lunches.

Angelina Paris
Photo by m-gem

Jacques Genin

Address: 133, rue de Turenne75003 Paris

Come to Jacques Genin for an experience that’s memorable! Paradise for chocolate lovers. Try pate de fruits and different chocolates. Salted caramel will be the best you’ve ever tasted and if you’re going to have one piece of chocolate, let it be the mint chocolate; tastes like you’re eating a mint leaf – extraordinary! You will be swept off your feet by the cosy and gorgeous looks of this place.

chocolate at JACQUES GENIN paris
Photo by Dana McMahan

Carl Marletti

Address: 51, rue Censier, 75005

Carl Marletti is known for mouthwatering salted caramel éclair and Lily Valley.

Everything is so good it will be hard to pick a delicacy. You can try one of their signature pastries, the Mielle-Feuille, or maybe some choux puffs with violet essence, and their pistachio éclairs.

Carl Marletti Paris
Photo by hpt-photo

Ladurée

One of Paris’ signature places, located in multiple locations, Ladurée’s original location is in 6th arrondissement. The French luxury bakery is characterised by a warm and vibrant charm.

Ladurée is famous for its macarons, but you can also come here and enjoy a range of pastries, chocolates, spreads, and sweets.

Laduree Paris
Photo by HerryLawford

Un Dimanche à Paris

Address: 4 Cours du Commerce Saint-André, 75006 Paris

The shop is filled with tempting sweet tooth delights. Try the delicious hazelnut-chocolate spread, the pepper chocolate pearls, and the chocolate dessert called ‘Croustillant au Grué de cocoa’.

The staff is incredibly friendly and patient. Some of these desserts are seasonal. Come over and experience the flavors and textures in every bite.

Un Dimanche a Paris
Photo by edwardkimuk

Pierre Herme

Address: 72 Rue Bonaparte, 75006 Paris

Pierre Herme is the place to get some delicious ispahan croissant and macarons. Pierre Herme, the chef is known for daring and unique combinations of dessert flavours. His macarons in particular are considered to be among the best.

You can also try the famous kouign amann, a pastry made with puff pastry with a caramelized top. Needless to say, this buttery treat is exquisite.

Pierre Herme
Photo by Incase

Apart from the above mentioned bakeries and cafes, Paris offers many more places to get a delectable range of desserts. There are lots of other good places to eat in areas like Marais, Champs Elysees, Latin Quarter and Saint Germain where you can sit and take your pick from a lovely range of desserts. Go ahead make every day in Paris a cheat day!

 

Author Bio: Hi, I am Shalini, avid traveller and foodie. I like to explore new places and share my experiences. Here I am sharing mouthwatering places for dessert lovers in Paris. While my visit to this popular and affluent neighbourhood I had an amazing time staying in a Paris serviced apartment named thesqua.re they’re for staying like locals.

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6 thoughts on “6 Popular Places for Dessert Lovers in Paris

  1. Oh I love this post! Those photos are making me hungry! 🙂 It’s great to see this as I never know where to go in Paris and now I have a whole list of must see places to visit and indulge at! Delicious 🙂

  2. such a lovely post…love the photos! I really like sitting in a Paris sidewalk cafe drinking coffee eating stuff like this…watching people!! thankss for the memory

  3. I feel like I’m transported to Paris via your photos. Thank you for sharing this! Although I’m a thousand miles away from this city, I feel close to it because of your post. Have a lovely day! 🙂

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