This place has some great breads, fresh sandwiches and pastries, however they sell out very quickly and usually before 11-12.
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Made a quick stop in for a eclair. It was wonderful! Just split one of the praline eclairs and were happy we made the stop.
We were hungry a bit before dinner time and decided to go to the bakery instead of waiting for a restaurant to open and pick up some sandwiches and eat in the little park behind the courthouse. The dessert pastries were quite good. The sandwiches...More
O.K. It was late and I was exhausted. I had very little left to give myself. I do not speak french by order of an overbearing grandmother. No one has ever made more regretful of this than the clerk of this bakery. Her patience was...More
The Boulangerie is such a tempting place....the aroma attracts you from blocks away when they are baking and the pastries in the window draw you in. Don't pass it up.
This place seems to go by many names. Here it's listed as 'Boulangerie patisserie Gautier', the main sign board above the bakery says 'Artisan Boulanger Patissier', there is also a sign saying 'Isabelle et Yves Gautier'. Anyway it's the same place, same address and the...More
We were staying in a nearby hotel for a few nights and found this pastry shop while walking through Roissy village. This spot is very popular with the locals. We came here at least 5 times during our stay always ordering something else - croissants,...More
We were at the Marriott, up early, jet lagged. We were there at opening (5 minutes away across park) all the fresh croissants pastries and baguettes were still warm. What a nice treat to begin our trip.
What better way to start the day than with a warm croissant. The smell wafts out this place and tempts you to come inside. An array of cakes and naughtiness greets you like an old friend. A perfect example of a well run French bakery....More