Du Pain et Des Idées

  • Duration: 1 h.
  • Цена: €€
  • Кредитные карты: Да
  • Есть места на улице: Да
  • Меню: Обед
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Du Pain et Des Idées a small homely bakery located near Canal St. Martin in Paris. The flavour is smelled from afar, so the place would be a perfect start of a day. They offer a variety of baking, soft and fresh French croissants, tasty bread, famous Parisians swirly pastries with different fillings, and muffins. The prices are quite affordable. The venue features an unusual and somewhat vintage interior with antique furniture.
Address: 34 rue Yves Toudic, Paris
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wkraus , Chicago, Illinois, 2015-05-07
Made a special trip here and couldn't be happier we did. I had an absolutely outstanding roll with fruit and sour cream and my wife had an even better pastry with some sort of smoked bacon inside... read full review
Ruth S , Jerusalem, Israel, 2015-05-04
We went to this Parisian institution with high expactations and were quite disappointed. The bakeries are good but it's hard to understand what's the uniqueness of the place. The pastries are light... read full review
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scrutinizing , new york, ny, 2015-04-28
This place is good. Really good. The pastries are amazing. Consistency and texture are just perfect. We took two metros to get there at 7am on a Sunday and didn't regret it for a second. Tried... read full review
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  • Carmen, 15-09-2014

    Sweet or savory. Can't go wrong here. Escargot pistache chocolate is divine.

  • Reem, 14-09-2014

    Best pastries hands down. The pistachio chocolate pastry is amazing. Also enjoyed the brioche.

  • My Little, 11-09-2014

    Vous pensez que cette boulangerie est la meilleure ? Votez pour elle au championnat My Little Boulangerie ! http://goo.gl/7CQeTk

  • Tudor, 26-08-2014

    Everything looks amazing, but like most people I'd recommend the escargot. Also, the lard bread, though I don't know how it's called in French.

  • The Wall Street Journal, 04-08-2014

    Don't leave without one of Mr. Vasseur's apple tartlettes—a fine fan of sliced apple spread atop a smear of deeply reduced apple compote on a disk of crunchy pastry.

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