Ladurée vous propose ses délicieuses pâtisseries, et notamment ses historiques macarons, à déguster dans un cadre unique ou à emporter
The texture of the macarons was notn as rich and fresh as it's been been in other bakeries, but their flavors were refined. The teas were really good: try Othello, one of the house's own blend.
Tasty macarons. I recommend a sweet white wine to accompany them. Suitable for both a fancy nice dining on Champs-élysées, but also good for a romantic evening.
I could eat their macarons all day! I always look forward to the seasonal flavors. Mint and peach were my favorites this time around but passion fruit and salted caramel are my go-to flavors.
There are imitations all over the world, but nothing comes close to the original location on the Champs Élysées. The best macarons you'll ever have. Worth waiting in line for 45 minutes. Trust me.
I was skeptical, but Laduree really is worth the trip. There are two lines: one to dine in, one to take out. Go to the fast-moving take out line and get the best macarons you've ever had.
Excellent splurge for fancy tea time/dessert. Obviously the macarons are worth trying, but *all* pastries are excellent. Try the Saint Honore: cream puff perfection w/crunchy caramelized bits.
The hot chocolate is amazing! Went well with a less sweet tarte citron. Of course, the macaroons are out of this world! Pistachio flavor is my favorite.
Best macaroons and croissants you will find anywhere. If you have a chance to eat in get the Ladurée breakfast with the croissant samples. Eggs are buttery and croissants are flavorful
This is one of the few touristy things I would actually recommend. Right on one of Paris' busiest streets, its grand and full of history. Get a table and order some tea and macaroons.
The breakfast is very good , french toast is especially delicious , you can also try their omelettes the location on the champs-élysées is fantastic and is a great people watching spot.
Best caramel macaron in the world! FYI Their hot chocolate is thick and do not order the eggs Benedict! Especially if u tried the British yummy version. Pain Perdu is a bit soggy
People say Ladurée offers the best macarons. I disagree. They are nice and all. But their sweets, cakes and pies in all sizes taste way more special. Above all, it all looks gorgeous.
Friendly staff in the shop and long queues. Delicious meal in the restaurant, not the best waiters and no take-away out there. Disappointing rather than pleasing.
Absolutely loved the macaroons here. Might not be cheap but true lovers will recognise their worth :) I would recommend the chocolate from Ghana one. Buy a beautiful box as a souvenir!
Skip the line for dining, go though the shop, and head to the bar in back. Order a drink and selection of macaron, or just order one of their drinks paired with a macaron.
This gorgeous bakery is all about the macarons! Try the many different exotic flavors. And for the Americans: there’s a Ladurée in Manhattan now to cater to your macaron needs!
Surprisingly good breakfast. Eggs Benedict a real surprise and a great combo of grill pastrami & scrambled. Decent coffee too! Overall good value.
Everything on the menu is great but service needs some pushing. We got table immediately but no menus for about 15 mins. Had to ask for the menu. Another 20 mins and no one took orders!! walked out
This fabulous restaurant serves some of Paris's most decadent desserts. They are known for their double-decker macaroon, which they invented and selle approximately 15,000 of per day.
If you see line try to get to the right entrance and go for the restaurant. Has basically there is downstairs plus the classic sandwich / brunch options, ice cream and pastries.
While queueing, check the list to taste new Limited Edition macarons. If you are rolling in it, sit at the bar and enjoy your drink!
Aside from a waitress who almost ruined our experience by almost asking us to leave and being petty throughout our dining and even bumping into my chair, it was perfect as usual.
Good food but unfriendly staff expect to wait atleast 15 minutes before being seated and if what you ordered isnt available the waiter will just choose anything for you without letting you know
The macarons are great, but don't waste your time on the restaurant - food and service leaves a lot to be desired. We also tried Café Kousmichoff a few doors down and had a much better experience.
When you want to treat yourself, don't buy macarons at Ladurée. Buy yourself a little cake or a piece of one of their delicious pies. They look insanely good. But yeah, it's a little pricy...
Great macarons and tea. Skip the queue by going to to the bar, have a cup of tea and order the macarons comfortably here :) wifi: LD-Guest, pass: laduree1862
Laduree...how do I love thee. This should be on your Eat All The Macarons tour of Paris. Also, their boxes are beautiful & travel well as gifts...or to eat on your plane home.
Really nice breakfast spot. Great variety and lovely surrounds. Be sure to go upstairs and watch the Champs Élysées pass you by.
Try the ice cream - I know it's famous for the macarons, but the ice cream is to die for, and it comes in very unusual flavours (such as basil and blueberry, yum!)
when you pay that much for average food you'd expect at least nice service... go up towards l'Arc de Triumph and get better macarons at Pierre Hermé. Ladurée is for tourists only
The macaroons are good, but have tasted better elsewhere. They're more famous for having invented the macaroon, not necessarily for having the best. Great experience to visit though
The Most famous Macaroons in the world but also the Restaurant is great Specially the Hot chocolate and warm Foie Gras
I really do prefer the back bar- it's never crowded, the food is delicious, and you can enjoy your macaroons separate from the tourists waiting in line up front.
Waited over an hour and fifteen minutes for two omlettes ordered bah vous, did not arrive runny and they did not discount the bill. My fault for waiting.
These macarons are so overrated. I've had some at other boulangeries that taste exactly the same but are cheaper. Honestly they're just selling you the name and it's history. Save your money!!
Did you know the macaroons are made up in a laboratory outside of Paris and it's the same place that provides macaroons for the Mac Café. Not so yummy :(
Although people is so impressed in it and I belive it is good place too , but it is over rated and the value of the experience is below what it should be ..
Must go for afternoon tea when you need a little break from walking around the streets. It is a stunning spot. Try the Marie Antoinette.
Macaroons are obviously amazing. The bar is fabulous, a little wonderland hidden away in the heart of Paris!
Worth a visit if you're a macaroon fan, but expect long lines and hiked up prices. To save time, get one free with a Nespresso next door!
Well known cafe and restaurant in Paris. Prices are okey, food is delicious, but it is usually very crowded.
Everyone talks about their macarons, but the other pastries are wonderful, too. Skip the line and get a seat upstairs to fully enjoy yourself.
Sit down for a fancy spot of tea and dessert, or just get some macarons to go. They are simply the best macarons on the planet. End of story. I'm ruined for life. - Kellie, Community Manager
It's called Von something , it's a kind of pastry with mashed mushroom and sliced chicken topped with an amazing mushroom sauce , soooo yummy 😍
The heaven of Macarons. You have to get at least one for here to mark ur Paris bucket list. They so amazing desserts as well.
A must-do in Paris no matter how touristy it is. Try the limited edition Nespresso collaboration macaroons!