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Un Dimanche a Paris

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This place has everything in the world of sweets!

It is in a chaming little passage between rue St Andre des Arts and Blvd St Germain.
We stopped in yesterday (after climbing the Towers at Notre Dame), and picked up some salted caramels, macarons and those chocolate discs with nuts and dried fruits on them. I got addicted to them. We haven't started the tast test yet (too much food at Reed), but I wanted to acknowledge how cool the shop is and have lovely the pastries are.

Most importantly, the woman who waited on us was so accommodating. She had us sample come chocolat and was very kind to us. She also was nice enough to speak English and we appreciate that so much....we speak only a few words and phrases in French. The restaurant that is attached looks good and is very current in it's design. There is part of
An old wall in it, but it still fits with the look of the whole place. Also, a plus to watch the chocolat makers in a glass viewing room, as they create these confections.

Thanks Lillia for the tip...more when I get my T/R written.

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