Paris is eating
Ladurée is heaven on earth for those with a sweet tooth!
The endless and decadent selection of mouth-watering pastries, macaroons, chocolates and teas will have you wandering the shop much longer than you intend.
This luxury bakery and pâtisserie have been around since 1862 and are known around the world for their double-layered macaroons.
Of course, no trip to France is complete without a few macaroons, that’s no secret!
More than 15,000 are sold daily at Ladurée Paris.
If you have time to sit down and dine, we recommend enjoying their tea time delights in their café next door.
16-18, rue Royale
How to get there : Madeleine (line 8)
Website : laduree.fr
If you’re looking for a spot for lunch on your way to the Louvre, you’ll find a unique little restaurant called Le Tub. Here you can enjoy a cold beer and Flammekueche (a thinly rolled dough often topped with cheese, crème fraîche, onions and bacon bits) while taking in the hip atmosphere around the restaurant.
26,rue de Beaujolais,
How to get there : Pyramides station (line 7, 14) / Bourse (line 3) / Quatre Septembre (line 3)
Website : Letub.fr
Le Reminet is a wonderful haute cuisine restaurant just opposite of Notre-Dame and the Ile Saint Louis.
With their beautiful chandeliers, dim lighting, and antique mirrors, they set the perfect mood for a lovely evening in the district of La Sorbonne.
You can sip on the countries most delicious wines while enjoying a mouth watering main and a decadent dessert.
If you’d like to enjoy an evening at Le Reminet, it is definitely recommended to make a reservation ahead of time.
3, rue des Grands Degrés
How to get there : Saint-Michel station (line 4)
Website : lereminet.fr
On your way down from the Sacré-Cœur Basilica on a small side street, you’ll find Restaurant Le Poulbot.
Le Poulbot is small restaurant with a lot of charm.
Here you’ll be able to embrace the delicious French cuisine in a 3-course meal, enjoy artisanal beers and drink some of the countries best wines.
Restaurant le Poulbot
3, rue Poulbot
How to get there : Pigalle station (line 2 & 12)
Website : lepoulbot.fr