A Concept Pastry Store Opens in Paris

Chef Cyril Lignac's peanut choux praline.
Chef Cyril Lignac's peanut choux praline.

From your classic croissant to delicious eclairs, no trip to Paris is complete without sampling the plethora of delicious pastries across the city—and sometimes there can be just a little too many options to choose from. Aiming to bring together a well curated selection of Paris’ best baked goods and sweets, Julie Mathieu and Muriel Tallandier of French magazine Fou de Patisserie has opened up a concept pastry store that works as a one-stop destination for anyone looking to get a taste of the different creations by the city’s top chefs.

None of the goods being offered at the store are made on site. Instead, they are all sourced from the city’s top chefs, who since opening the magazine in 2013, Tallandier and Matthieu have managed to maintain close relationships with. These name include Cyril Lignac, Cristophe Adam of L’Eclair de Genie, Philippe Conticini, Hugues Pouguet of Hugo & Victor, Jonathan Blot of Acide , as well as Olivier Haustraete of Bounglagerie Bo, all of whom make up the store’s list of resident chefs. With this partnership, the chefs are now able to expand their distribution, giving customers in a part of the city that may be out of their reach a taste of their delicious creations. Delivered daily to the store, the current selection includes signature recipes and limited edition creations from the chefs, adding to the store’s appeal.

For more information, please visit Fou de Patisserie.

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