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21 Rue Bonaparte
Paris, Ile-de-France 75006

 01 44 07 64 87

12 mentions on Trippy

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Here's what Trippy members say about Ladurée:

"Depending upon what time of day it is, plan on a lunch or a dinner at a restaurant you've identified and if necessary reserved ahead of time, then take a walk around and shop, buy chocolates and pastries Ladurée, Pierre Hermé Paris, and Gérard Mulot."  See More

"So many wonderful unique little shops, plus some of the best chocolate and pastry shops in the world including Pierre Hermé Paris, Gérard Mulot, Ladurée Eric Kayser."  See More

"Also heading back to Paris, hope to get in some things we haven't seen before, shop for art and finally get into Ladurée."  See More

"Regarding the macarons, and fabulous Bûches de Noel, the French Christmas cakes shaped like a fire log, the most famous are Les Marquis de Ladurée on Rue de Castiglione, also Ladurée on Rue Bonaparte and Ladurée at Champs Elysées."  See More

"Hi, If you want some chocolate, I mean Haute Couture, you have to go Here Patrick Roger 's chocolaterie, that guy is "Meilleur ouvrier de France" which is the highest distinction you can get when you craft something with your hands. Check that : !"  See More

"We always love stopping into Ladurée and Pierre Hermé Paris."  See More

"I can guarantee that you will regret not getting macaroons from Ladurée."  See More

"Pierre Hermé (72, rue Bonaparte), Ladurée or Gérard Mulot for best sweets."  See More

"Ladurée - only this location, though--this is the original and the others just look like cookie cutters."  See More

"Le Nôtre - great for macarons (and they offer culinary training, too) but not, in my opinion, as great as Ladurée."  See More

"Ladurée - While, to the dismay of many, this Parisian institution has been somewhat over commercialized as of late (there are stores all over the world now), luckily the aesthetic integrity of the original remains in tact at the Place de la Madeline."  See More

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