This pastry temple opened in 1802, but has been modernized since. It includes a three-level space, a 140-square meter (1506 ... More
This pastry temple opened in 1802, but has been modernized since. It includes a three-level space, a 140-square meter (1506 square-foot) boutique, a plush tea-room and a bar for quick meals. There is an extensive choice of pastries and chocolates; their excellent quality has won Dalloyau an excellent reputation around the world. Other fashionable Dalloyau locations in Paris are at Bastille (5, boulevard Beaumarchais, 4th), Convention (69, rue de la Convention, 15th), Raspail (63, rue de Grenelle, 7th), and Luxembourg (2, place Edmond Rostand, 6th).
Dalloyau is simply awesome. They have a number of locations, including Faubourg St Honore (great for breakfast before a full day of shopping) as well as opposite Jardin du Luxembourg (great for afternoon tea).
They have great tea and pastries, and especially famous for their opera cakes.