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Our best ice cream and sorbet parlors in Paris

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In a cup, on a stick or in a cone… One, two or three scoops… Rediscover the (iced) crème de la crème of our favorite ice cream shops in Paris!

Café Isaka

Smack dab in the middle of the Little Tokyo neighborhood, Café Isaka blows a gust of cold air for all those suffering from the heat. Chilled inside their very kawaii fridge-like space (powder pink walls, a white tiled counter, a long cushioned bench)… See more.

9, rue Thérèse, Paris 1


Toss an ice cream cone and you could reach Bastille from here, where city slickers looking for a cool treat melt for the frosty Lebanese flavors of Jean-Michel de Tarrazi and Nadim Kettaneh, two cousins who are homesick for their Levantine childhood… See more.

27, rue Saint-Antoine, Paris 4


With an ice cream cone in hand, the frosty Henri Guittet followed up his ice cream truck with a tiny shop with a royal blue façade nestled on Rue des Martyrs. Here, he continues to perfect his cones with classic flavors and offer up some very rock ’n’ roll ice cream pairings.. See more.

54, rue des Martyrs, Paris 9

Plan D – Dwich & Glace

Comfortably tucked away behind their graph-paper tile facade, Alice Tuyet (ex-Patate podcaster) and Christian Story are challenging all your preconceived notions about vegetarian food with their veggie sandwiches! … See more.

22, rue des Vinaigriers, Paris 10


You could toss an ice cream cone and hit Jessica Yang and Robert Comagnon’s masterful restaurant Rigmarole (Le Guide Fooding’s Best Restaurant of 2019) from Folderol, their strange new cold room where their endless hunger for frozen experiments is satisfied … Lire la suite.

10, rue du Grand Prieuré, Paris 11

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