The best pastries I've ever had in Paris. Delicious Paris brest and lemon tart. Beautiful shop, beautiful presentation, and the taste of the product stands up to that.
My wife (and I) loved this place. The Saint Honore was amazing the two citrus tarts were great. The pear tart was yummy. The pain au chocolate was really good. If you go to Paris, don't miss this place!
After checking out the Arc de Triomphe and snapping a few pictures, I walked over to La Pâtisserie des Rêves for my second breakfast of the morning. I haven't stepped on a scale for seven weeks, so if I've gained five or ten pounds, now you know why. What can I say, I'm a fatty. Mesmerized a bit by the... More
Being a bit of a foodie, I was desperate to visit as many patisseries in Paris as I could, and being there only for a weekend, I searched beforehand for where I wanted to go. La Patisserie des Reves came out on top on many lists. So we made a special trip to this area of Paris just for this... More
Holy Lord. This patisserie really is something of dreams. We got a fruit tart, which, for my limited experience is a pastry that normally looks a lot better than it tastes. This looks impeccable and tastes like the highest heavens are singing in your mouth. I would eat ANYTHING from here. I wish we were staying long enough on Paris... More
No words. Incredible. It's all about the Paris Brest and the eclair. The type of things that dreams are made of! Such a beautiful layout as well and the staff were so friendly and helpful. We were staying on the same street and ate here everyday we were in Paris. They also sell a cookbook! Don't think I could ever... More
On a recent trip to paris (2/3/2013) my gf and i visited this place, purely based on reviews from tripadvisor, and we where NOT disappointed!!! i ordered the saint honore and my gf ordered the paris brest, not knowing anything about the two deserts, we just went along with the reviews and i must say we have never tasted anything... More
I was happily wondering along Rue Bac in the Latin Quarter on a Saturday afternoon and passed a few people carrying an eye-catching pink carry bag. I could tell it was from a patisserie and it looked like these people were getting reading for their Saturday night dinner party. I then stumbled across a shop that was very busy and... More
Having heard all the good reviews about this patisserie, I had to visit when I went to Paris. There are a lot of a great patisserie shops in Paris like Laduree and Pierre Hevin. I only tried the Paris-Brest at Reves but it was one of the best choux pastry fixes I have had. It is five choux buns piped... More
We bought two chocolate eclairs as soon as the shop opened on Sunday and walked down to the l'Orangerie to enjoy them on the benches outside the Gallery. They were the most exquisite eclairs, once we opened the box we found they hadn't moved as they have taken the time to create packaging which keeps them in place in the... More
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