A Boulangerie of Charm

It’s kind of hard to find, the boulangerie Au Panetier, but it’s well worth the search. Found near the Place des Victoires in the second arrondissement it has an unassuming exterior. It is famous for its pain au chocolat blanc and the rich financier. There’s also room to eat there if you would like a little coffee with your pastry. I especially liked the interior inspired by the Art Nouveau movement with the walls covered in wonderful tile and tiled scenes.


Would you believe I didn’t buy anything to eat there? It was hard to pass up but I’m trying to keep my calorie intake down.

14 thoughts to “A Boulangerie of Charm”

  1. Yes, but I put milk and sugar in my coffee. I definitely would have gone for some of the treats as well.
    Linda, what do you mean it’s know for the rich financier? Is that someone famous in Paris, or is it a kind of pastry I haven’t heard of yet! LOL

  2. What a beautiful place! The tiles are lovely. Wish I’d known about it when I was there but then it’s just one more reason to return.

  3. I have never been in there sadly .Wow those tiles are just beautiful. I don’t know how you left without a bite! Bravo.

  4. All the work that went into those tiles! And the macarons look very tasty, I don’t know if I could have had the will power, I would have probably done an extra lap around the block!!

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