Chocolate, coconut, raspberry, citron, caramel, pistachio. 8,70€
Paul, Paris FR
I grabbed these macarons at Gare du Nord. I had bought some fancier ones from Pierre Herme as gifts. I later found that the Pierre Herme macarons didn’t survive the hot weather though, aww. 😦 The Paul macarons did survive. I ate some on the train leaving Paris and they were pretty good. They definitely weren’t as soft and delicate as the ones from Pierre Herme. Those were super fancy and expensive.
Gare du Nord train station. I love the public transportation in Paris, it’s SO much more extensive and efficient than what we have in San Francisco (Muni and Bart both suck!).
Love the macarons and all ur other posts:) paris is just so beautiful~
Thanks, glad you enjoyed!
We English have just been taught the difference between a macaron and a macaroon. The French are ahead of us…again!
And we Americans are far more ignorant. 😉
You always post the most delicious looking food! 🙂
Thanks! I do love food. 🙂
Love your comments on mass transit! We need better here.
Macaroons look so decadent – and light – how could you ever choose to eat just one flavor? 🙂
I definitely can’t! I was a little greedy monster and tried one of each. 🙂
When in Paris…. 🙂