Stohrer

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.

Stohrer

  • 51 Rue Montorgueil, 75002 Paris, France

Featured Products Explore new arrivals at the Gessato Shop

More for you

  • The Tasca Chair

    A contemporary take on traditional restaurant chair designs. Created in a collaboration between Lisbon-based Portuguese…

  • Masked by Joanna Vestey

    A series of limited-edition portraits created for an art therapy charity. Taken before the latest…

  • The Cloud Table

    A creatively designed coffee table inspired by the curved shapes of cloud formations. Founded in…

  • Te Arai Beach House

    A wood-clad house built among sand dunes on a beach in New Zealand. Built at…

  • Introducing Tuft + Paw

    Elegant and practical furniture for design lovers’ cats. Founded in 2016 by cat lover Jackson…

Take me there

  • The Aman Kyoto Hotel

    A high-end hotel that draws inspiration from traditional Japanese inns. Nestled in a private garden…

  • The Dexamenes Seaside Hotel

    An abandoned winery converted into a high-end hotel. Located on a pristine beach in the…

loader