A high-class restaurant on the world's most famous avenue, Laduree (founded in 1862) also boasts a bakery. You can try ... More
A high-class restaurant on the world's most famous avenue, Laduree (founded in 1862) also boasts a bakery. You can try the famous “macarons” (moist jam-filled cookies), a specialty of this establishment, or enjoy the raw and cooked vegetable salad along with a variable of other dishes served for lunch and dinner.
it smelled bad the atmosopehe the workers in the place were horrible they were so rude it dusgustied me. but my daughter that that it was awsome but i hate shopping. the stuff was over priced but i loved the food.
I travel often and this is by far the best restaurant I have ever visited. It may give a posh stuffy impression but the food is amazing and the staff is attentive. The dessert is out of this world. If you can make reservations and request the 2nd floor, you will be amazed at the dining room floor. This place is most definitely a must when in Paris!
I was there in June and went back in March- pretty soon considering I am from NY.
Laduree is a must while on holiday in Paris. My mother and I visited the restaurant and were so enamored that we ate there three times during our seven-day stay. If the weather permits, have brunch outdoors; save the indoor space for evenings and dates. I still dream of the amazing cucumber salad. Before I left Paris I picked up chocolates for family and friends to enjoy. Do not miss the opportunity to dine at this amazing restaurant.
We just returned from a wonderful stay in Paris where every experience was perfect except one. Our wonderful hotel mentioned that we might enjoy a trip to La Duree to experience their macaroons and maybe lunch. Well, we did not get a chance to experience the beauty of their shop or product due to the rude manners of the women behind the counter. It seemed that the American women ahead of us, who had the "look" and spoke perfect French was the only one who deserved her friendly smile. Our original plan was to have lunch there but we chose to have our $300.00 dollar meal at another beautiful place where everyone is treated with kindness. Just a hint Laduree... Some of the most wealthy tourists are very polite, kind and modestly dressed. Remember- you sell pretty cookies not diamonds. My daughters remarked that her behavior must be the Old Paris, certainly not the experience we had at any other location in Paris.
The place to go to see and to be seen on the Champs Elysees in the romantic City of Lights!
By A Yahoo Contributor, 4/23/06
Go to the pastry goods, even if you don't buy anything, it's a "Must See" experience
Expect long lines to get in but worth every minute of waiting
I would keep my restaurant open all day long if it was this popular
Unique fruit drinks...must try the banana drink!
In addition to a leisurely mid-afternoon tea and pastry and enjoying the ambience, you can watch the fashionistas go by.
The hostesses in their long pin-striped two-piece suits brings a touch of class to the establishment
My favorite is the pistachio green theme for accessories - napkins, menu, etc.
I love this place everyone was nice and respectful. The best time of the year to visit is in march. The weather is nice just like the service. My friends and family would love it. The overall experiance was very delightful.
The experience began with a beautiful exterior, and was fulfilled by exceptional second-floor rooms decorated with tasteful antiques and silk drapes which were voluptuous and refined but not intimidating or pretentious. The atmosphere was casual, the service staff was well-groomed, pleasant, efficient. The long line for New Year's day lunch moved quickly and the menu offered modern yet traditional French choices, with generous portions at reasonable prices. My crab-filled omelette was rich, fluffy and satisfying, my lunch partner had grilled ham and cheese with a salad, and sublime herbal teas... I regret not having room for the beautiful desserts but I left that for an eagerly awaited return visit, there or perhaps at the Harrods location.
Whenever I go to Paris, the very first thing I do is go to Laduree for some mouth watering
pastries, not to mention the macaroons. I have eaten just about everything listed on their menu; and believe me, I never had anything that I didn't like! The place is divine. The atmosphere in all of the Laduree shops is just wonderful. To me,
going to Laduree is definitely worth the trip to Paris!!!
Roger J. Hassler
Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York
My wife and I had dinner outdoors under an attractive green canopy on a cool evening. We enjoyed the seeing the sunset on the Champs-Elysees as we began our dessert. The food preparation, service, setting and the surrounding energy of other guests from around the world � simply divine!
As a special keepsake, we purchased several boxes of their very special macaroons - prepared on site) for special friends and family members. When going to Paris, be sure to include a stop at Lauduree.
Wayne S. Brown
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