This boulangerie caught my eye because of the artisan feel and the fact that the croissants are still hot when I get them in the morning. When my hands are cold and I walk home to make a latté, there is nothing better than pulling apart a warm croissant and sipping on my coffee while pouring over the morning news. Yes, life in Paris is certainly wonderful when I take the time to treat myself in this way.
Their treats are baked freshly every morning and are completely homemade, which is quite rare. No frozen croissants here, folks. They even have sourdough bread (“au levain” in French). Yes you heard me.
For fresh brioche, croissants, maracon, pain au chocolats and all sorts of cakes head to:
Marché Couvert des Batignolles
96 bis Rue Lermercier
The boulangerie is just by the entrance of rue Batignolles.