The oldest bakery and patisserie in Paris, Stohrer opened its doors in 1730. Founder Nicolas Stohrer  was none other than King Louis XV's pastry chef and the building itself is now listed as a historical site. Currently owned by the Dolfi family, the pastry shop celebrates its heritage with traditional French pastry recipes that delight locals and tourists every day. Treat yourself with classics like lemon tart, rum baba, and chocolate eclair before sampling seasonal pastries created by pastry chef Jeffrey Cagnes. Stohrer also offers a savory menu that includes vol-au-vents, quiches, and other products bursting with flavor.


  • 51 Rue Montorgueil, 75002 Paris, France

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