In the heart of bohemian St.-Germain, amid narrow streets, tiny cafes, and obscure art galleries lies Ladurée Bonaparte, a confectionary and tea salon that is legendary in Paris for their charming array of exquisite French desserts. Their very traditional flavors and textures conjure a sense of old-world luxury that is matched by the formal service of the wait staff. As for the setting, Ladurée Bonaparte feels like a movie set from colonial-style, 1950’s Hong Kong – a stylish backdrop for sipping afternoon tea, munching sweets, and socializing with friends. It is best to savor your desserts early (i.e. 3pm) to avoid the lines of tourists and Ladurée enthusiasts.
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