The Paris France Hotel is located in the heart of one of the oldest and most exciting districts of the capital: the Marais. Here, the concept stores occupy magnificent Renaissance mansions and the contemporary artists who display at the Carreau du Temple are in close proximity with the oldest testimonies of Paris exhibited at the Musée Carnavalet. But the Marais is also a gourmet district. To show you what we mean, here are some delicious addresses for those with a sweet tooth…
Big names in pâtisserie
Several leading chefs pâtissiers have chosen the Marais as the location for their shops and to showcase their creations. This is certainly true of Pierre Hermé, who trained with the biggest brands, including Lenôtre and Fauchon, before launching his own. Macarons, chocolates and pâtisseries of all kinds dazzle the eyes and delight the taste buds. Yann Couvreur gained experience in the kitchens of the greatest palaces before opening his shop. He offers the vanilla millefeuille that established his reputation, as well as viennoiseries and gâteaux of simply sublime textures and flavours.
A trip to the heart of the Marais
Our next address takes you to London with chef Damien Leroux via his shop called Crème. After winning the hearts of Londoners, he chose to return to Paris. It must be said that his cookies are a real delight, a perfect balance between soft and crunchy. Finally, immerse yourself in the thousand subtleties of pâtisseries from the Levant by way of the exquisite delicacies of chef Myriam Sabet of Maison Aleph. Carefully chosen ingredients, traditional recipes respectfully adapted, and a sharp sense of aesthetics and elegance are inherent in these pâtisseries that combine Levantine influences and French savoir-faire.
The Paris France Hotel’s district is full of gourmet attractions to take away or enjoy on the spot. Succumb to the temptation of these true works of art!
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Paris France Hotel, un hôtel 3 étoiles idéalement situé au centre de Paris