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The best pastry shops in Paris

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Babka Zana

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Banana bread, cinnamon rolls, ricotta tart, or even a traditional chocolate éclair… For all you gluten lovers out there (and the gluten-intolerant!), discover the very best pastry shops in Paris.

Clove Bakery

Behind the pastel blue window display, Philip Andelman (who has done music videos for Beyoncé, Billie Eilish and Travis Scott) has fulfilled his American dream: to open up a cinematic cake shop …See more.

71, rue Greneta, Paris 2


Near the Japan-obsessed Rue Sainte Anne, there’s a hidden spot called Tomo, a Tokyoite pastry shop dreamt up by Takanori Murata (ex-Aida) and Romain Gaia. A luminous space (big bay windows, light wood furniture) where their famous dorayaki (those delicate Japanese pancakes) are presented like precious jewels … See more.

11, rue Chabanais, Paris 2


Come teatime, Fiona and Vincent Leluc invite the frenetic energy from Rue de Bretagne to relax in their boudoir that’s dressed up like a little girl’s daydream (opaline suspension lamps, pastel pink walls, padded velvet armchairs…) …See more.

57, rue de Bretagne, Paris 3

Maison Aleph

There’s no clear connection between the stock exchange and dessert. And yet that’s the path that Myriam Sabet chose to take when she left behind her career in finance and founded Maison Aleph. It’s a haven of honey that specializes in very unique, very cheeky Paris-Levantine combos …See more.

20, rue de la Verrerie, Paris 4

Babka Zana

Welcome to babka heaven! Wooden shelves, unfinished walls and mirrors fill this Levantine bakery dreamt up by Emmanuel Murat and Sarah Amouyal, who pump out loud music and braided brioche all day long. One step away from their big workstation that’s covered in dough, you’ll notice an Ashkenazi treasure chest of a spread: chocolate-hazelnut babka, cinnamon rolls and lemon halva …See more.

15, avenue Trudaine, Paris 9


When it comes to the Septime family, we’re enamored with Tapisserie! After two legendary restaurants, an incredible wine bar and an inn where life is something straight out of a dream, Théophile Pourriat and Bertrand Grébaut are trying their hand at sweets …See more.

65, rue de Charonne, Paris 11


For East Parisian hipsters, this tiny avenue located along the Père-Lachaise cemetery has insane potential. That’s where Pilar d’Amuri, an Argentine pastry chef with plenty of personal style, set up her cozy spot named Pilo’s, a tearoom where seats are hard to come by … See more.

1, avenue du Père Lachaise, Paris 20

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