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Everything they say is true -- Du Pain and Ideés is a wonderful, classic French bakery!
We went in the early afternoon and no lines with plenty of fresh items to choose from -- decisions, decisions!
To get a good sampling, best to try a...More
The worst, small and expensive pain au Chocolat and cafe we had in Paris really .They are much better bakeries in Paris. Close is aux peches normand were local people goes. Du pain et des Idées is for tourist. And the escargot was nothing special
There was a line when we went but it was worth the wait. The vintage bakery is so beautiful and nostalgic.
We tried their signature Chocolate Pistachio Escargot filled with pistachio paste and chocolate chips. It was buttery and flaky - love at first bite....More
Took my quite a while to find this place (navigation fails in such terraine). Should have given up earlier. I finally arrived to only find a hand written note on the door (in French only).
I would have loved to not having to offer my...More
This place has been voted the best boulangerie in Paris for a few years and it's easy to see why. Everything is delicious.
Trying the pan des amis is a must. Add some french butter and it's a party in your mouth.
Worth picking it...More
This bakery is small but favored by locals and tourists being driven to the bakery. You walk in order, get your tasty patries and leave. We ate at one of the few tables outside. I had a delicious "pistachio escargot" (just a name), and my...More
I have been to Du Pain several times. In my opinion, they have the best pain au chocolat in Paris as well as wonderful escargot and chausson au pommes. Today is the first time I’ve seen them offer café. I have to say, it was...More
The tree-lined Canal Saint-Martin is the focal point of one of the most romantic and hip areas of Paris. Watch boats travel along the canal while lovers and friends take in the atmosphere from the banks or the bridges. Evenings see hoards fill the embankments to drink wine and enjoy good company. The colder days lead people to hipster bars, cozy restaurants, and concert spaces. Those who are more adventurous may
explore hidden gems down nearby streets, from local bars to futuristic architecture. With its enriching mix of people of all ages and backgrounds, this neighbourhood has a dynamic, inspiring vibe.