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5 Famous Parisian Baguettes Ranked

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What’s more French than a baguette? Yet, you might not have known that not all bakeries make their own bread… some are simply not on par with the others! It would be unthinkable to allow you to frequent these ordinary addresses. Texture, appearance, taste, and the famous “crumb factor” are all elements that we have taken into account in our rigorous testing to reveal our top 5 baguettes in Paris, a place where bread reigns. Enjoy! Parisianist.

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Eric Kaiser

Rating: 14/20 (good baguette, a little over-cooked, good texture, many boutiques).

In 1996, on rue Monge, Eric Kayser opened his first bakery. Many years later, his name has become a famous brand of its own from Morocco to Japan. Even though 82 boutiques are open across the world, the quality still remains, especially here in Paris.

  • 8 Rue Monge 75005 Paris
  • Open from 6:30 am to 8:30 pm

134 RDT

Rating: 15/20 (good density on the inside, crust is a bit rough, attractive general appearance).

This bakery is located at 134 Rue de Turenne--hence the name. The list of prizes it has one speaks for itself: 2nd best baguette in 2009, 9th best in 2013, 2nd prize for croissants in 2013. Even though 134 RDT hasn’t won all of the contests, it still wins the hearts and taste buds of all who enter there and is a wonderful example of know-how when it comes to baking.

  • 134 rue de Turenne 75003 Paris
  • Hours: Monday-Friday 7:00 am - 8:30 pm

pain pain

Rating: 16/20 (outstanding texture and taste, slightly dry).

This bakery situated at the foot of Sacré Cœur offers a number of tables for sitting and tasting their delectable pastries. The baguettes are just not like the rest, especially within its chic and trendy atmosphere. Sébastien Mauvieux, the owner, brought home the prize for the best baguette in 2012.

  • 59 rue d’Orsel 75018 Paris

 

Mulot

Rating: 17/20 (very good crunchiness, excellent look and texture, a little expensive).

Between the Luxembourg Garden and Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the bakery of Gérard Mulot is in an ideal location. Gérard Moulot founded his bakery in the 1970s, and its reputation has continuously grown. The pastries and chocolates are renowned here as well; it’s not rare to come to the bakery for one baguette just to end up leaving with an armful of various other sweets.

  • 76 rue de Seine 75006 Paris
  • Hours: Every day except Wednesdays from 6:45 am - 8:00 pm

Cyril Lignac

Rating: 18/20 (spectacular in every aspect, but a little too small in size).

High quality, a welcoming, charming boutique, and a widely broadcasted chef… what more could you ask for a bakery? Located right next to the Musée Galliera and Palais de Tokyo, this bakery offers divine pastries in addition to its delicious bread. The bakery wears the name of its talented founder, Cyril Lignac, who can also be found on Top Chef.

  • 2 rue de Chaillot, 75016 Paris
  • Hours: Daily from 7:00 am - 8:00 pm (no bread on Mondays)

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