Bakers' snacks that do good in "click and collect"

Time is running out at home these days and you want to brighten up your lunch breaks, your snacks or treat yourself to a little evening dessert? Parisian pastry chefs have thought of you: several of them are launching their home delivery service (sometimes throughout France) or "click and collect" if you live in Paris. Smile, comfort is just a click away.

Gourmet fruits at Cédric Grolet

The pastry chef at Le Meurice, known for his trompe-l'oeil sculpted fruits and particularly followed on social networks, needs no introduction! Since 7 November, the creations of his "Cédric Grolet Opéra" boutique and that of the Meurice (only in Paris) are available for delivery as well as for "click and collect". On the menu of the Opéra boutique: 6 "Pastries" boxes, 6 "Viennese pastries" boxes and a "Chocolate cookies" box, including the chef's emblematic creations and 5 pieces.

In the Le Meurice boutique, you can discover the famous fruits for which the chef is famous: chestnut, quince, pistachio or mango. The hardest part will be choosing!

Cédric Grolet (External link)

Sweet treats in a box at Pierre Hermé

The House of Pierre Hermé is going out of its way to satisfy even the hungriest of cravings during this period of confinement. The programme includes pastries, macaroons and chocolates available for home delivery or "click and collect" in ten outlets in Paris.

Also to be discovered are ready-made boxes of delicacies to be ordered for breakfast or tea time, for 2 or 4 people. Viennese pastries, spreads, macaroons, jams, orange juice, tea... and even champagne as an option!

Deliveries are possible throughout France except for the pastry shop (only Paris and the inner suburbs).

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Brunch or Tea time at Sébastien Gaudard

Sébastien Gaudard has decided to comfort gourmet palates this autumn and is offering all its products, both savoury and sweet, for home delivery in Paris. You can have croque-monsieur and ham croissants for your lunch break, but also Saint-Honoré, millefeuille and other chocolate treats for your afternoon snack!

Second possibility: have a box delivered to you with pastries, macaroons, small butters, Breton palets and tea for "Tea time"! Or maybe you prefer a special weekend brunch box (bread, pastries, savoury snacks, tarts or pastries, squeezed orange juice)? We're sure you'll find what you're looking for in the selection!

N.B.: The catalogue is available online but orders can be placed by telephone.

Sébastien Gaudard (External link)

Madagascar vanilla or praline chocolate at Philippe Conticini

Philippe Conticini's two Parisian boutiques are also going all out with an in-store pick-up and home delivery service (in Paris and the suburbs). You will find all of the brand's creations, including the famous praline chocolate tart or the Pur vanille, a concentrate of Madagascar vanilla worked into different textures. Bakery products will also be available.

The little extras: a delivery time reduced to 24 hours (for all orders placed before 10am the day before) and the opening of a new "click and collect" point in Gennevilliers. You will also be able to buy most of the pastries in individual and large formats.

Philippe Conticini (External link)

Duo confined to Yann Couvreur

To brighten up the beginning of your week, Yann Couvreur has decided to offer a "Reconfin'Box" for 2 people every Monday. It is delivered on Saturdays and Sundays in Paris and the inner suburbs. What does it contain? Two drinks, a dessert, two pastries, a savoury offer, a pastry, a chocolate bar and a selection of chocolates. Your mouth is watering!

The other products, including tasty pastries such as the Baileys chocolate éclair, are also available for collection in the shop, subject to an order being placed before 10pm, for collection in the shop from 10am. An additional idea to treat yourself alone, as a couple or with the family!

Yann Couvreur (External link)

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