Blé Sucré — situated in the 12 arrondissement, this boulangerie-pastisserie is a bit out of the way, but the famous orange-glazed madeleines are delicious. Word is their salted caramels get top marks too (and pretty much everything else). Tucked inside Square Trousseau, Blé Sucré sits opposite a charming little carousel park. A picturesque 15 minute walk alongside the Seine leads you to views of the Notre Dame. (More info here.)
Le Grenier á Pain — While in Montmarte, a visit to this award winning boulangerie was on the agenda. Eating delicious bread and baguette sandwiches on the green grassy gardens of the Sacré Coeur? Check!
Briezh Café — A favourite among the three. Located in the Marais (you can visit concept store Merci afterwards... and also walk through pretty square, Places des Vosges), we ordered a number of buckwheat crepes (savoury and sweet) and each was so very delicious. Only the best ingredients are used, and that's evident with every bite... We'll be making a repeat visit next time in Paris. (Thanks to David Lebovitz for the recommendation.)
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