by Paige Donner
(all photos © Paige Donner 2017)
Paris Food And Wine’s pick of the week. This delightful patisserie and Salon de Tea just next to the Tuileries and across from the Louvre is the perfect place for tea, hot chocolate, a light lunch and, of course, the most delicate of French pastries.
Sebastien Gaudard Patisserie & Salon de Thé
This Loire native has carried on the tradition of his father’s pastry-making that he remembers so fondly from his childhood. Sebastien’s first Paris patisserie on rue des Martyrs in the 9th arrondissement was a huge success, allowing him to follow with this one, situated on rue des Pyramides in Paris’ 1st arrondissement.
The pastries are some of the best in town – delicate and full of lightness. They are crafted by a true master’s hand. And the location couldn’t be more charming or more convenient. It’s the perfect choice after a visit to the Louvre, just before or after catching the shuttle to Vallee Village shopping center or a taking a walk through the gorgeous Tuileries gardens. There are plenty of treats to tempt you on your way out too – chocolates and even jars of Baba au Rhum that you can just add Chantilly to and a fresh dollop of rum when you get home and – Voila!
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