We got rose maccaron and citron pie and they were both so delicious. Piece price was similar with the average french patisseries. Recommended.
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We wanted real homemade French pastries, not the fancy overpriced "name brand" pastries found on the main streets. We found this patisserie on google, after reading that it was the oldest in Paris we set out on a mission to find it. It was fantastic...More
We went Stohrer since we read the comments on Tripadvisor and saw the pictures of exceptional pastries!! We had a citron pie and macaron both were very delicios. If the place had tables to sit and have a coffee together with these beautiful desserts this...More
WHO MAY NOT KNOW STOHRER ? the only historical pastry from the 18th century, right in the heart of Paris. Founded by the Pastry Chef Nicolas Stohrer in 1730, brought in France by Marie Leszczynska, King Stanislas of Poland's daughter and Louis XV's wife. In...More
Patisserie Stohrer may be the oldest Patisserie in Paris but their attitude is not commensurate with their fame. Their pastries and other food products are beautiful but their unfriendly attitude is hard to ignore. I bought six postcards (they have great photos of typical French...More
Just as fabulous on second visit, delicious raspberry tart and chocolate eclair. A must visit! Lovely friendly service and an incredible selection
Went specifically for a chocolate éclair and it was amazing. The rich taste made me want to go get a 2nd. If you're a pastry fan, this is the place for you.
Okay, I usually am underwhelmed when I see such raves. This establishment however is everything and more. If in Paris you really must go and try the Baba au rhum, it is the best I have ever had. I suppose since this dessert as we...More
There are an abundance of patisseries in Paris, however we opted for this one and wow we were not disappointed. Savoury tarts and desserts exquisite! My personal favourites: baba chantilly, croissant amande, saumon tarte. I wish we had a Stohrer back home.