Wonderful store to pick up breakfast or dessert after dinner. Selection is tremendous and everything we tried was fantastic. Service is fast and friendly.
A good place to stop for lunch if u have 1-2 people. Its just a Bakery with a few barstools in a corner. They have lunch food like sandwiches and quiche that they'll heat up for u. I had a cafe creme, apricot tart, caramel and chocolate macaroon. The highlights were the tart crust and caramel macaroon where the middle... More
The color of the pastries in the window drew us into the store, what an unexpected delight. We had several pastries while in Paris, but our apricot tart was by far the best we had sampled. We sat at the tiny table in the shop, savoring every morsel. Our only regret was that we didn't go back for more!
Reading other travellers reviews, I think I was in an entirely different store yesterday. Cakes are indeed lovely but staff and particularly the scornful eye of Madame Mulot were rude, slow and extremely unhelpful. Or maybe that was to do with the fact that we had 2 five year old boys with us. The Madame obviously disapproved of us in... More
Perusing the display cases it was very difficult to decide what to get. Everything looked amazing. I was on a patisserie hopping mission so I stuck with sweet but the savory options looked delicious too. We got a slab of fruit tart (apricot) and a lemon tart and a few macarons to sample. Unfortunately after we left and sat down... More
A friend told us to somehow get ourselves to Gerard Mulot during our recent visit to Paris to sample the lemon tarts. We stumbled upon the patisserie on a walk through Saint Germain on our way to dinner. We ordered a lemon tart and a dark chocolate tart and brought them back to the hotel to eat after dinner. The... More
We reached Mulot by walking along rue Lobineau to number 2; my map says that's right around the corner from 76, rue de Seine, so maybe I'm reviewing the same place -- ? Anyway, Mulot is a *spectacular* patisserie, with fast and friendly service. We went for lunch goodies, not sweeties, and came away well-supplied -- it's great to know... More
A must everytime we go to Paris. Eating a good fresh sandwich at Mulot's sitting on a tiny table. Mrs Mulot keeps a watchfull eye on everything so you can be sure the service is fast even if there is a line outside the boutique. And no wonder there is a line of people on some days....the macarons and other... More
We asked for directions for Laduree; as daughter had some macaroons from a branch in London. We were steered to Gerard Mulot, and are we happy for that recommendation! Delicious macaroons and the baguettes -- well, let's just say that there are crumbs where used to be bread. Scrumptious!
We leaved on rue de Conde 1-2 minute from Gerard Mulot. Bought the baguette and croissants almost daily. From 6:45 to 20:00 (close on Wednesday) they have fresh breads, pastries, cakes, tarts, entrees, salads quiches, wine, etc. at a reasonable price. Always will go back (already miss it).
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