A stop to buy a little pastry for breakfast.. In the fact it was a huge gateau with similar mixture to pain au chocolat but much much better.. Gorgeous.. Service was also very kind..
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First visit 9.23.17. Having very much liked the Gosselin in the 1st arrondissement this was a welcome sight after a long visit to the nearby Musee d'Orsay. Sadly, and surprisingly, this may actually be more touristy than the one in the 1st - the staff...More
Take me back! Gosselin was filled with breads and pastries, tarts, desserts, and snacks that all looked absolutely stunning. The fig tart I had was out of this world. We bought a number of things and snacked as we walked the streets of Paris. What...More
The Gosselin on Rue St. Germain looks promising with its enticing selection of pastries and fine baked goods. We were disappointed, however, with the quality of the items we purchased - pricey, yet not up to what one would expect in terms of freshness and...More
This place have so many lovely pastries. So many selections you will have hard time choosing what to get! I got quiche and a fruit cup took it to the Seine River to have a quick lunch. It was very yummy!
This pastry shop has no tables, but you can easily eat outside in the sidewalk. Everything is really good, the macaroons, the eclairs, everything. This is one of those places that tourists know nothing about, so they flock to the popular places and pay a...More
Ok so we were staying within a block of this quaint shoppe. we visited it several times for bread, sandwiches, and desserts. great foods and great service. lots of locals go there we found out. You will need to speak some French as you should...More
We walked here from our hotel daily for morning croissants and baguettes. We tried some dessert tarts as well. Everything was so fresh, reasonably priced, and exceptional all-around. I will seek this boulangerie out on my next trip to Paris.