Paris: bakeries

I'm regularly asked what bakeries might be particularly worth a visit when in Paris. Very briefly, and in no particular order, this is my 'top 10', a personal and far from exhaustive list.
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I’m regularly asked what bakeries might be particularly worth a visit when in Paris. Very briefly, and in no particular order, this is my ‘top 10’, a personal and far from exhaustive list.

1. Max Poilâne
87 rue Brancion
75015 Paris
Tel: 01 48 28 45 90
www.max-poilane.fr

2. Lionel Poilâne
8 rue du Cherche-Midi
75006 Paris
Tel: 01 45 48 42 59
and 49 boulevard de Grenelle
75015 Paris
Tel: 01 45 79 11 49
www.poilane.fr

3. BE boulangépicier (Alain Ducasse)
73, boulevard de Courcelles
75008 Paris
Tel : 01 46 22 20 20
www.boulangepicier.com

4. Eric Kayser
8 & 14 rue Monge
75005 Paris
Tel 01 44 07 17 81
www.maison-kayser.com

5. Le Quartier du Pain (Frédéric Lalos)
74 rue Saint Charles
75015 Paris
Tel: 01 45 78 87 23
and branches
www.lequartierdupain.com

6. Gosselin
123-125 Rue Saint.-Honoré
75001 Paris
Tel: 01 45 08 03 59
www.boulangeriegosselin.com

7. Le Pain au Naturel (Moisan)
5, place d’Aligre
75012 Paris
Tel: 01 43 45 46 60
and branches
www.painmoisan.fr

8. Boulangerie au 140 (Mr. & Mme Demoncy)
140, rue de Belleville
75020 Paris
Tel: 01 46 36 92 47
www.au140.com

9. Moulin de la Vierge (Basile Kamir)
166 ave. de Suffren
75015 Paris
Tel: 01 47 83 45 55
and branches
www.lemoulindelavierge.com

10. Pierre Hermé (Patisserie)
72 rue Bonaparte,
75006 Paris
Tel: 01 43 54 47 77
and branches
www.pierreherme.com

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