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Bercy / Nation
0.6 km from Place de la Bastille
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Reviewed 21 July 2020 via mobile

I had high hopes for Ble Sucre, based on what I’d read online. However, my visit was the most disappointing during my trip to Paris. Firstly, they didn’t have any croissants left. Instead we went with some kind of chocolate pastry and an apple pie....The chocolate pastry was dry and like it has been baked two days ago. The apple pie was far too sugary and the worst desert we had in Paris. The coffee was also terrible...made from a machine and completely lacking flavour. Also, hygiene was hugely lacking...especially during these Covid times. None of the staff were wiping down tables outside after customers left. So other customers would arrive and sit at dirty tables. Inside, there was a tiny sink, stacked up with dishes, where the girl working on the cash register was washing cups (in between taking orders). When I ordered a coffee, it was served in a cup she spent about 5 seconds washing. I honestly don’t get the hype with this place. Coffee and pastries were on par with what you’d get in a petrol station. There are so many better places in Paris, I wouldn’t waste my time.More

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed 21 February 2020

What a breakfast! Very good and light croissants, kind staff, very relaxing atmosphere especially if you have breakfast outside and it's sunny. Price: 22,22 euros (we took the things in the photos).

Date of visit: June 2019
Reviewed 21 December 2019

A wonderful bakery with delicious pastries, good coffee and nice staff, if you are nearby, I highly recommend stopping by and making yourself happy with wonderful pastries. During my stay in Paris, I tried to come here every morning for fresh croissants.

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed 8 October 2019

Simply patisserie we went to in Paris! Not very easy to find from Place de la Bastille, quite a hike so I recommend to take line 8 metro toward Cre'teil and go down Ledru-Rollin station and walk from there. Definitely worth it, I promise you....We had their croissant and baba au rum and chocolate eclair and thanks to David Leibovitz who with Andrew Zimmern in delicious destinations Paris recommended this establishment! To die for guaranteed. Small and unassuming but such artisans who excel in their craft! Make an effort to visit while in Paris and you will discover this winner!More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed 6 October 2019 via mobile

Got to say... this place has ruined crossiants for me. They serve the best I've ever had. Coffee here isn't really up to standard - tiny automat coffee machine that takes a long time. Small shop, line out to the street. You should go and...get that crossiant!More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed 26 September 2019 via mobile

My husband and I walked over 10 miles multiple times just to have the pan au chocolate at ble sucre! It is definitely worth a try when visiting Paris!

Date of visit: January 2019
Reviewed 19 September 2019

I took an Uber there early in the morning to find out they took a week vacation. Note on the door. Internet said they were open. I wasted time and money and never got a chance to experience what they are famous for. No plans...for Paris in the future.More

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed 17 September 2019

My first stop in Paris after dropping off my luggage, is always to head to Ble Sucre. I go for the delicious patisserie, but truly appreciate the friendly service. This time, I got there late in the day, but still was able to indulge in...Tarte Tatin, Madeleines (yes, 3 bags full), and Baba Au Rhum. Delight! The Baba Au Rhum have a delicious hint of orange; the Madeleines have just the right balance of lemon with a perfect crumb/texture, and of course the Tarte Tatin melts in your mouth. Ble Sucre is my favorite patisserie in Paris.More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed 11 September 2019 via mobile

We had some delicious paninis, lemon tarts, and the most delicious croissant I have ever had here. I would Highly recommend this spot for your croissant fix!

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed 23 July 2019 via mobile

I walked all the way here from my hotel in Le Marais because these were apparently the best madeleines in Paris. I wanted to buy a packet for my brother back in London who loved them and it was my last morning in the city....I queued up and asked for a coffee and croissant and of course the cakes. The young lady serving was not particularly pleasant and when I saw she was making me coffee in a takeaway cup, I told her I wanted to eat ‘sur place’. She mumbled something about wasting coffee and just continued as she was. So I sat outside with my takeaway cup while everyone else had their nice coffee china cups. I was not best pleased. I then opened the bag of the croissant and I really wish I’d taken a photo but it was just under burnt. It was so dark in colour that it didn’t look right. I tried some of it and I must say the flavour, layers and butter really came through and it was really delicious but I do wish that I’d gone back and asked for another one due to the appearance. I’m not sure why they cook them this way frankly but looking at some of the photos on here, it looks like it was not a one off. I would probably come back just to see how it all compared a second time but honestly the young lady’s attitude really needs to be examined. The reason there are queues is because of how popular this place is, so she should reflect this in her serving manner. My brother loved the madeleines.More

Date of visit: June 2019
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