Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Stohrer - Pâtissier-Traiteur

Stohrer - Pâtissier-Trateur

When Louis XV married the Polish royal Marie Leszczynska in 1725, 
her pastry chef followed to Versailles.  
Five years later this chef, Nicolas Stohrer, 
opened his bakery at 51, rue Montorgueil where it stands today.  

Open seven days a week (!)
 it still satisfies the tastes of Parisians and the visitors.

Stohrer - Pâtissier - Trateur
51, rue Montorgueil
75002, Paris


Alain said...

Joli à voir, mais pas facile à découper (avec un taille-haies peut-être).

s.c said...

Is this a kind of cake?

Revrunner said...


William Kendall said...

Just the word bakery is enough to get me to go inside!

James said...
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James said...

It looks like it's made of layers of vertically stacked eclairs.
Alain can try using "un taille-haies" but I'd just start peeling off eclairs one by one. :-)

The Greenockian said...

Wow - incredible!

Birdman said...

Is that a real cake or a display?

Alexa said...

Talk about "over the top"!

Joe said...

Now that's how to catch the customers attention.

Danar O said...

It is super miam-miam, miam-miam, miam-miam, miam-miam, miam-miam, miam-miam!!!!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Alain, hehe, oui, ou peut-être avec une binette?

s.c. - It is a vertical arrangement of eclairs as James said in alternating flavors of caramel au beurre salé and chocolat! Miam-miam!

Greenockian, agreed, and I will share it with you.

Mr. Bird, it is definitely real and edible.

Danar, you said it! miam-miam, encore!


Jeanie said...

Dazzling, Genie!