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Five of the Best Sweet Treats to Try in Paris

Five of the Best Sweet Treats to Try in Paris
Sweet Treats in Paris by Canon s3 When strolling along famous Paris streets like the Champs-Elysées and Rue Royale, your nose will be assaulted by delicious odors wafting from some of the greatest bakers, confectioners and chocolatiers in France. Don’t be tempted by imitators – when in Paris, go for the original and best creators of world-famous sweet treats. See the top five places to satisfy your sweet tooth and your sense of occasion below… 1) for bonbons: l’Etoile d’Or Bernachon chocolates Paris by Ricardo Denise Acabo’s knowledge of chocolate is the stuff of local legend and though the French may passionately debate about which type is their favourite, everyone agrees that the perfect delivery system for her chocolate masterpieces are her heavenly bonbons. Where: 30 Rue Pierre Fontaine 2) for hot chocolate: Angelina Cafe Glorious Angelina's Hot Chocolate by Ingrid Where: 226 Rue de Rivoli 3) for a glazed croissant: Pierre Hermé Pierre Hermé Croissant by Michal 4) for ice cream: Berthillon

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