This is a great little French bakery with so many great pastries, but my wife can't pass up the macaroons if she tried! Nice service and cute/quaint little place.
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We stopped here for a snack because it is right by the "Greetings from Austin" wall. We picked out a few macarons and they were excellent. Good texture and flavor.
WHAT WORKED: plenty of parking; comfortable indoor and outdoor seating. WHAT DIDN'T WORK: we tried four pastries--the pain au chocolat, the butter croissant, the morning bun with pecans, and the cinnamon crobrio. Each was dry and flavorless. We visited at 11 am so they were...More
Dropped by here for a croissant fix and a flat white, couldn't get a flat white but did get a very good cappuccino, the croissant was a little overlooked and not quite flaky enough but a valiant attempt (apparently the humidity in Texas is a...More
Yesterday I bicycled down to a small pastry shop set in one of the few older modest houses still in Austin. Though serving a limited selection of fresh made treats, La Paisserie has maintain a genteel ambiance that appeals to me with a distinctly quiet...More
I went here many times while living in Austin and was sure to stop in on my most recent visit! I love that they switch up the macaron flavors. The vanilla's my favorite every time but the others never disappoint!
Thoroughly enjoyed the GF Chocolate Hazelnut Cake. Great Service & Food all in charming old house that reminds me of my childhood home. The Lemonade Spritzer was a beautiful and refreshing drink just as described. Can't wait to visit again