Under this simple name hides a bakery that aims to be a cut above your usual sandwich and Coke joint. Founded in 1889, the family-run business of now part of the same group that owns Ladurée (just across the road!) and is now present in over 25 different countries. Their style of having the oven visible to customers has now been widely emulated.
The range of food on offer includes special breads, traditional French pastries, tarts, salads and sandwiches, all of which are made to traditional recipes (they even have their own set of recipe books).
There are several fast food options on the Champs Elysées, not all of them great value or quality, but if you're looking for something a little tastier, Paul could well be a good choice.
From March 21 until July 09, 2017, the Petit Palais presents “From Watteau to David, the Horvitz Collection”, an exhibition that spotlights the collection of the American collector Jeffrey Horvitz.
Featuring some 200 works, which vary from paintings to sculptures and drawings, the collection assembles works by popular French artists who marked the 18th century including Watteau, Boucher, Greuze, Fragonard, and David.
“From Watteau to David, the Horvitz Collection” is one of the exhibition that you should not miss this year, if you’re staying in Paris. So, don’t hesitate to visit the Petit Palais to explore this amazing and important collection!
Alvin L. Clark, Jr., The Horvitz Collection and The J.E.Horvitz Consultative Curator Department of Drawings, Division of European and American Art, Harvard Art Museums/ Fogg
Christophe Leribault, Director of the Petit Palais
the Petit Palais
Avenue Winston Churchill 75008 Paris