A very cute bakery on the hill of Montmartre.
The name is Pain Pain.
The store’s exterior and interior are very stylishly done, but it is a competent bakery.
It is located in an easy place to stop by during your visit to the Sacré Coeur temple, so be sure to stop by during your visit.
Not only breads, but also small sweets for an afternoon snack are recommended.
Address：88 Rue des Martyrs, 75018 Paris, France
Business hours: Tuesday – Saturday 07:00~20:00, Sunday 07:30~19:30
Nearest station： Abbesses Line12 Pigalle Line２,12
Features of Pain Pain
The store is run by Sébastien Mauvieux, who won the baguette competition in Paris in 2012.
Not only baguettes, but also chouquettes are recognized by Figaro magazine as the best in Paris.
The bakery is also very particular about its ingredients, and uses flour from Moulins Bourgeois.
Butter is from AOC Charentes-Poitou or Normandy.
And the chocolate is from Valrhona.
If you come from the Pigalle station, you will have to go uphill as it is located in Montmartre.
If you can’t be bothered to walk, you may want to come from Abbesses station.
The store is also famous for its stylish and cute design.
The blue-colored store attracts attention from the street.
The packaging of the products is also very stylish.
There are many delicious croissants.
The way it is displayed is also a little different from other stores.
It’s kind of strange.
The display of cakes is also stylish.
The prices are reasonable, and you can’t help but want to buy them.
The cake is also a lovely finish.
You can also easily eat the standard macarons.
The way the bread is wrapped is also very stylish.
It makes everything look fashionable.
The croissants were also very tasty.
The color of the dough inside is also properly buttery.
A delicious, authentic croissant from Paris.
The little box is also uniquely cute and has a sense of style that you won’t find anywhere else.
I would be happy to receive an eclair or cake in this box.
The éclairs were also very tasty.
The result is very tasty compared to other restaurants.
I had it warmed up and it was very tasty.
This bread is perfect for the cold season.
The baguette sandwiches also taste wonderful.
Chausson au Pommes.
It’s a staple in Paris.
Personally, I prefer the regular tarts, but this is a bread that you should try at least once when you come to Paris.
The overall rating is as follows on a 5-point list.
Store clerk : ★★★★★
Ease of purchase: ★★★★★
The results are quite positive.
When I first saw it, I thought it might be an apparently casual store because of the color and pop of the interior, but it is quite a talented store.
The taste is unquestionably 5 stars.
Next time, I would like to try the baguette and cake.
The exterior of the store is good, but as you can see in the photo, the road sign is quite disturbing.
The interior is pop and very stylish.
The wallpaper is great and the store is very fun.
It seems to be especially well received by women.
The price is also very low.
The prices seem to be set in a way that will please the local people.
Many of the clerks were very nice.
The store is crowded, but the products are easy to purchase.
There are not so many kinds of breads, so it is easy to choose the products you are interested in.
The location is also easy for travelers to get to.
The best thing to do would be to stop by during your visit to the Sacré Coeur temple, wouldn’t it?
I think it is easily accessible from the metro station, so please stop by.
Pain Pain is a Parisian bakery that offers a stylish, fun, and delicious experience.
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