Parisians know that a perfect pain au chocolat or wild strawberry tart is among life's greatest pleasures. But which patisserie has the most intensely flavored macarons, the most sophisticated chocolates, or a croissant that is truly beyond compare? In the pages of The Patisseries of Paris, you'll find the most enticing sweets in Pairs. You'll discover what time of day Parisians in the know get items as they come out of the oven, the museums with the most stylish cafes, and other charming spots for light meals. This is the essential guide for anyone who wants to experience French culture, bite by delicious bite.
|Publisher:||New York Review Books|
|Product dimensions:||4.78(w) x 6.02(h) x 0.88(d)|
About the Author
Jamie Cahill worked in journalism, public relations, and marketing before moving to Paris. A lifelong dessert lover, she recently completed the city of Paris’s professional pâtisserie course. She now lives in London.
Alison Harris has worked throughout the world shooting photos for travel books, cookbooks, advertising campaigns, book covers, and magazine stories. Her latest book is Markets of Paris, published by The Little Bookroom.