Eating a baguette in Paris
The baguette is one of the most well-known symbols of France, even if many bakeries no longer produce their bread. Here are where you can go to taste the best baguettes in Paris without fail!
For the French, the baguette is a very serious matter. They even have an annual competition to select the best one in Paris. The evaluation of the best baguette is based on factors such as taste, cooking, smell and appearance.
The winner becomes the official provider of the Elysée for one year and in addition to the award, there’s a lot of advertising.
Eating the baguette in Paris
Here are some tips about where to go to eat ‘the’ baguette in Paris. The baguette is a type of bread essential in French food. It is part of the French culture and you can’t miss tasting it once you are in Paris.
- Boulangerie M’seddi
boulevard Raspail 215
Winner of the best baguette in Paris in 2018, it is certainly a new entry to be enjoyed!
- Pain Pain
rue d’Orsel 59
In the heart of Montmartre, you can sit at Pain Pain to taste its fantastic pastry products. Excellent baguettes and trendy décor have made this bakery one of the most loved by Parisians.
- 134 Rdt
rue de Turenne 134
There are several awards received in the latest years in the competitions for the best baguette and the best croissants among the boulangeries of the French capital. Maybe he won’t participate in all the contests, or he won’t win them all, but he sure wins a place in the heart of those who taste such products!
- Eric Kayser
rue Monge 8
Eric Kayser opened his first bakery in 1996, on the rue Monge in Paris. Despite the 82 boutiques opened in the following years all over the world, the quality of his bread is always the same.