Friday, March 10, 2017

The New Paris, March patisserie map, an anniversary Special set!

I was going to do fromageries for March. Then a PBer requested patisseries svp. Bonne idee! I consulted Lindsey Tramuta's list of 'new sweets' in her THE NEW PARIS for an update.
It comes out April 18, but you can order it toute suite. It will be the new Must-Have source of Paris info.
With stunning photos by Charissa Fay.
I learned a lot doing pastry research. L'Eclair de Genie now has mini eclairs(3€). Just a yum too.
Have you heard about Karamel in the 7eme?
A plethora of caramelized goodies. These innocent-looking poached pears are plum full of molten caramel. I saw pictures on google...
A glorious looking caramelized eclair was calling my name.
But I went for this mini trio with a citron meringue tarte sneaking in on the left.
Fou de Patisserie on 45, rue Montorgueil, 75002 is the place to view and choose something from all of Paris' top patissieres. And now you can munch on their tiny terrasse.
Gilles Marchal, Cyril Lignac, Hermé etc. Not easy to choose.
Just accross the street at No.30, Les Artizans is a bistro-combo patissierie.
Outstandingly gorgouse pastries in my opinion. What do you think?
Rue Montorgueil is def a good destination to try new places.
Cafe Pouchkinette has opened one of the pretties tea salons in Paris just 3 months ago
We might be feeling iffy about the Russkies these days but their pastries are exquisite.
Cyril Lignac's Chocolaterie is both cafe and patisserie on 25, rue Chanzy.
And they have cocolate marshmellow bears! That's what I've been up to, between hanging out in museums and gawping at Chanel show-goers. There's a new Special anniversary pair on Etsy - the patisserie map and pastry watercolor letter come as a set for a limited time! 
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Bon week-End!

27 comments:

  1. I've loved your IG posts:) What beautiful pastry shops they have and soo many:)

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    1. Too true
      Too many patisseries!
      Let's march!!

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  2. Carolyn in WA1:41 AM

    I will be there in two months! Can't wait to try them all!!

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    1. Carolyn in WA1:42 AM

      PS I will refer to this when I come!!!!

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  3. Maria Isabelle2:19 AM

    I am totally enchanted! What a marvel these patisseries are!!

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  4. Kathleen10:24 AM

    Gained the 5 pounds that I lost back just looking at those photos - Hah!!! Only the French would have a whole store devoted to things caramel (Karamel)!!!

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  5. Anonymous11:01 AM

    This map is fabulous! So beautiful!!! SO delicious!!! All of your posts make me want to get back over to Paris asap. That looks like a couple of weeks of tastings in between museums.You make it all seem so possible. Thanks, Fan from Rural Oregon

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    1. Thank you OR!
      The hard part is just to eat with the eyes...

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  6. WOW! Lots of good ideas! Just ordered The New Paris…mais oui…

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  7. Lynne C12:01 PM

    The outside of these shops are just as charming as when you step inside..it's like Alice in Wonderland holding one of these beautiful pastries.

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    1. Lots of thought goes into the shops design bien sur!

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  8. We eating breakfast, and still, you are making us hungry!
    Thank you for being in Paris.

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  9. A lovely artistic expression of a beautiful city Nice enough to frame.

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  10. So many new forms of deliciousness Carol! I hadn't heard of Karamel but it looks incredible, no decision in Paris is easy.... Great idea for your little trio. And those red domes at Pouckinette- oh wow.

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  11. Kathy R8:07 PM

    absolutely gorgeous. thank you! just gorgeous…...

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  12. Nited B8:09 PM

    Black quilted coats, jeans, anoraks, jeans, trainers, jeans, wrap around scarves, jeans. Where are the elegant Parisiennes we hear so much about?

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    1. Wait till I post the CHANEL show!!

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  13. Yum!!!!!! Surely the only way to eat with eyes only is to not be in Paris, which is alas for me. Looking forward to getting my map though!

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    1. There are some very nice envelope stuffers this time to aid your Paris dreams Kirrabelle.

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  14. I've pre-ordered the book but will happily be in Paris when it arrives so will have to wait for my return in the Fall to check out the specifics.

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  15. Aw thank you Carol!!! So exciting !!

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  16. Wow! Everything looks so good :)
    Especially the eclairs.
    I love the shops, too - the photos from the street looking in.

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  17. Lois Bender2:30 PM

    love your updated patisserie map.... your black line is so efficient

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