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The Best Baguettes in Town

By Alexandre Cammas, founder of Le Fooding, a culinary movement.


BOULANGERIE RENARD
(113, boulevard de l’Hôpital)
“A bakery in my neighborhood in the 13th. Buy the baguette traditionelle, then some cheese at the Italian cheese shop Coopérativa Latte Cisternino (3-17, rue Geoffroy-St. Hilaire) 500 meters away. Then go eat it in the Jardin des Plantes, a beautiful old botanical garden.”

GONTRAN CHERRIER
(22, rue Caulaincourt)
“In Montmartre. I recommend the multigrain baguette and the pain de campagne, though Gontran is known for his curry breads. He represents a new generation of bakers full of new ideas.”

BLÉ SUCRÉ
(7, rue Antoine Vollon)
“Full of bobo families in the 12th arrondissement, this place has great sandwiches on baguettes, but I also love their pastries, especially le Vollon, a glossy dark-chocolate dome filled with vanilla cream.”

DU PAIN ET DES IDÉES
(34, rue Yves Toudic)
“Ask for the pain des amis.”

POUJAURAN
(poujauran.fr)
“For their bread in general. Sadly, they don’t have bakeries. You can only get it in restaurants like Le Comptoir du Relais or l’Astrance or L’Écailler du Bistrot. What makes it so special? You can’t explain. But you enter a restaurant, they bring you the bread, you taste it, you think, Oh yeah, fuck, this is good.


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