Croissants are France's most famous and consumed pastry. Inseparable from coffee, late awakenings, and breakfasts in bed, all these morning rituals accompanied by this viennoiserie help to start the day. This buttery flaky delicacy, well-known for its crescent shape has been a staple for French bakeries and patisseries and remain popular in european breakfasts. Here's where you can find some of the best croissants in Paris.
Concours du Meilleur Croissant au Beurre AOC Charentes-Poitou, which requires that competitors not only use butter (not margarine) in their dough, but a specific AOC protected butter, named the 2014 winners for Best Croissant at the Fête du Pain. And guess who won ?
96 Rue de la Faisanderie, 75016
"The sound of the croissant is an important detail. I can almost hear the rustle of the dough when people taste it. Viennoiserie lives, it's part of the pâtissier's soul." Pierre Hermé surely knows what he's talking about since his croissants are considered being the most delicious in the French capital.
185 Rue de Vaugirard, 75015
A subtle blend of finesse, elegance with a touch of yesteryear, Sébastie...