The best baguettes in Paris
Our colleague Dolores from the traveler's newspaper publishes a note in which she refers to an article in Budget Travel Online about the best Parisian bakeries (boulangeries).
The baguettes in France are made by hand and are a delight and accompanied by a good French cheese and a bottle of wine, they are a fantastic way to eat at an affordable and delicious price and more so if you are in Paris and you eat it in one of its wonderful gardens like the one in Luxembourg for example.
The bakeries in question are the following:
Bread & Roses: whose house specialty is the Puissance Dix baguette. 7 rue de Fleurus, 6th arr., 011-33 / 1-42-22-06-06. Metro: Notre-Dame-des-Champs.
Le Quartier du Pain: offering eight different types of baguette. 74 rue Saint-Charles, 15th arr., 011-33 / 1-45-78-87-23. Metro: Charles-Michels.
Le Moulin de la Vierge: where they are made in an old wood oven. 105 rue Vercingétorix, 14th arr., 011-33 / 1-45-43-09-84. Metro: Pernety.
Au Duc de la Chapelle: where the Tzara Baguette, which has a sweet flavor, is apparently a must. 32-34 rue Tristan Tzara, 18th arr., 011-33 / 1-40-38-18-98. Metro: Marx Dormoy.
Eric Kayser, a chain with eight locations in the French capital where the baguette-making process takes approximately 12 hours. The original is at 8 rue Monge, 5th arr., 011-33 / 1-44-07-01-42. Metro: Maubert-Mutualité.
A reference to consider if you are planning a trip to Paris soon.
More information | Budget Travel Online Via | Traveler's Diary En Directo al Paladar | Clotilde's Paris
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