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Laduree Tea Room In Paris

Ladurée originally began as a bakery way back in 1862 on the Rue Royale, then it turned into a pastry shop and over time it evolved into a tea salon by incorporating a café and pastry shop, which was one of the first in Paris.

The Rue Royale tea room was enlarged in the middle of the twentieth century by Pierre Desfontaines, second cousin of the founder Louis Ernest Ladurée and it continued as a family concern with a refined and traditional atmosphere for many, many years.

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Seduced by its history, Francis Holder who was the founder of the Holder Group, and his son David decided to purchase Laduree in 1993.  From there they expanded and opened up a Laduree restaurant and tea room on the famous Avenue de Champs-Elysees in 1997.

The most recent Ladurée tea-room in Paris called Ladurée Bonaparte is located in the heart of the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district and offers yet further opportunities to sample the traditional delights, but they have also expanded to other countries such as London, Monaco, and Geneva.

These are luxurious tea salons come restaurants with a dessert menu that is longer than most wine lists and will be served to you with the tinkling of fine china on quality tablecloths with gold stamped napkins.

Laduree is also famous for its macaroons, which come in all different flavours, some of which seem rather unusual, such as rose petal but these have become a popular Parisian treat, and apparently they sell around 135 tons of macaroons every year!

Yet you don't just have to have these sorts of delights, as they do serve meals right through from salads and sandwiches to full meals in their restaurants like tender pork filet with potato-and-parsley purée or you could have something like sea bass with leeks.

Tea Room and Restaurant Guide Key Points

You can purchase pastries, cakes etc to take away or eat in.

However, you need to make a reservation to eat in the restaurant.

A very refined, elegant and chic atmosphere, Laduree attracts people from all walks of life, including many celebrities, so the dress code for eating in the restaurant is smart fashionable.

The pastries, etc range in cost from around 6€ upwards, and they really have got to be experienced!

Addresses & Contact Details:

Ladurée Royale
16, rue Royale

Telephone: 1 42 60 21 79
Fax: 1 49 27 01 95

Open on a Monday to Saturday from 8.30am to 7pm and on a Sunday from 10am through to 7pm.

Ladurée Champs Elysées
75 Avenue des Champs Elysées

Telephone: 1 40 75 08 75
Fax: 1 40 75 06 75

This particular restaurant in Paris is open daily from 7.30am to 12.30am and there are over 40 pastry chefs and 40 chefs to tempt you with their excellent and imaginative creations that change with the seasons.

The shop is open on a Monday to Friday from 7.30am to 11pm, on a Saturday from 8.30am until midnight and on Sunday from 8.30am to 10pm.

Ladurée Bonaparte
21 rue Bonaparte

Telephone: 1 44 07 64 87
Fax: 1 44 07 64 93

The restaurant is open from 8.30am through to 7.30pm.

The shop is open on a Monday to Saturday from 8.30am to 7.30pm and on Sundays and public holidays from 10am through to 7.30pm.

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