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Best bakery in Paris. French people go to buy fresh bread every day. They eat bread at every meal. A baguette weight 250g. the pain is bigger, 400g. Both are made with white flour.
The Bakery Poilane is one of the favorite bread stores for Parisian. It is one of the oldest bakeries in Paris. Here you don't find baguettes or any other types of breads where you find generally in other bakery. The Poilane bakery specialty is a large round bread homemade with stone ground flour. The big loaves weights four pounds. The bakery Poilane was opened in 1932 by a young baker from Normandy. Few addresses in Paris:
The Grenier à Pain won the best baguette award in Paris in 2015. This bakery delivers the bread for one year to Élysée Palace. Address: Grenier à Pain, 38 rue des Abbesses, 18th arrondissement.
Arnaud Delmontel is a very good bakery in Paris. He won the First Prize "Meilleure baguette" in 2007. Bakery, and pastry shop. There are few addresses in Paris:
Boulangerie Stephane Secco
Au Levain du Marais
Some people say "they have the best croissants in Paris".
La Fournée d'Augustine
Du Pain et des Idees
Best bakery to buy croissants in Paris:
In 2015, Benjamin Turquier won the price for best croissant in Paris at La Fête du Pain (bread fair in Paris).
Address: 134 r.d.t. Boulangerie-Patisserie 134 rue de Turenne Paris 3rd arrondissement. Metro: Filles du Calvaire.
Boulangerie 59 RdS: 59 rue de Saintonge Paris 3rd arrondissement. Metro: Filles du calvaire.
The pain au chocolate is a taste of a croissant and some chocolate inside. Fluffy and crispy! The ingredients are butter, flour and chocolate.
The best of the best "pain au chocolat" is in Paris.
88 rue Cambronne
Paris 15th arrondissement
You don't find just bread in a bakery in Paris. Try the most delicious pastries in Paris:
The contest of the "meilleure baguette de Paris" is a competition happening every year in Paris. The first bakery becomes the supplier for the Élysée for one year.
All the bakers of the capital were invited to participate this Wednesday, April 17.
The Grand Prix of the baguette of French tradition of the City of Paris is awarded to Fabrice Leroy, artisan baker-pastry chef at the Leroy-Monti bakery located 203 avenue Daumesnil in the 12th arrondissement.
The ranking for the best baguette of Paris 2019:
1 – Fabrice Leroy, boulangerie Leroy-Monti, 203 avenue Daumesnil, Paris 12e
2 – Philippe Simoes, boulangerie Aux Deux Anges, 23 rue Daval, Paris 11e
3 – Youssef Afantrous, boulangerie Paris & Co Écoles, 4 bis rue des Écoles, Paris 5e
4 – Kouni Elayeb, boulangerie Le Délice de Bagnolet, 42 boulevard Mortier, Paris 20e
5 – Benjamin Turquier, boulangerie Tout autour de Paris, 134 rue de Turenne, Paris 3e
6 - Alexandre Viron, boulangerie Faubourg Saint-Charles, 134 rue Saint-Charles, Paris 15e
7 – Linlong Sang, boulangerie Line, 235 rue de Bercy, Paris 12e
8 – Alexandre Planchais, boulangerie Alexine, 109 avenue de Saint-Ouen, Paris 17e
9 - Jean-Philippe Lardeux, Maison Lardeux, 63 rue Caulaincourt, Paris 18e
10 – Frédéric Comyn, boulangerie Comyn, 8 avenue Félix Faure, Paris 15e
La pâtisserie Yann Couvreur has been recognized to sell the best "Mille-Feuille" in Paris. A French pastry with three layers of puff pastry. Address: La pâtisserie Yann Couvreur, 137 avenue Parmentier Paris 11th arrondissement.
Philippe Conticini will open his new bakery last September, bakery near the Rodin Museum and the Invalides.
37 rue de Varenne (Paris 7th)
There is a tea-room upstairs.
Arc de Triomphe
Bois de Vincennes
Bois de Boulogne
Jardin du Luxembourg
Philharmonie de Paris