The gourmet team at Do It In Paris has conducted an unprecedented investigation, testing dozens and dozens of cookies throughout the capital to select their top 10 for you. Plump, crispy, chewy, filled, or minimalist, the best cookies in Paris are right here.
London cookies arrive in Paris! Created by French chef Damien Leroux, Crème offers ultra-generous and incredibly delicious cookies that have been captivating Parisians since the opening of its all-pink shop in Le Marais. What awaits you: an extremely soft dough and ultra-melting chocolate fresh out of the oven. You have a choice between 4 recipes: the classic with milk chocolate chunks, the white chocolate cookie, the miso and white chocolate cookie, and our favorite, the banana and dark chocolate chunk cookie.
Crème, 61 rue du Temple, Paris 4th arrondissement, open Wednesday to Friday from 9 am to 7 pm and weekends from 10 am to 7 pm, 01 44 54 92 87. Cookies: €4.50 each.
Le Comptoir du Ritz
Excuse me, did you just say a cookie at the Ritz? We don't deny ourselves anything! At Le Comptoir du Ritz, François Perret offers a selection of pastries and desserts throughout the year, including the famous cookie for 2 people in XL or even XXL size. The marbled dough with dark chocolate and vanilla, the vanilla glaze, the pecans, and the large chocolate chunks will leave you with a craving for more, making you addicted.
Comptoir du Ritz, 38 rue Cambon, Paris 1st arrondissement, open Monday to Saturday from 8 am to 7 pm. Cookie starting from €18.
This small delicatessen with Provençal flavors also makes sublime cookies! Created by award-winning pastry chef Pierre-Jean Quinonero, who has just opened his shop in Le Marais, these little biscuits, as beautiful as they are delicious, will make you addicted. The 4 different recipes are prepared every morning to guarantee a crispy texture and a soft interior. Choose from the hazelnut cookie topped with caramel vanilla and fleur de sel glaze and hazelnuts, the pistachio cookie filled with homemade pistachio praline and covered with pistachio for an intense taste, the triple chocolate cookie filled with salted caramel, and the new addition, the caramel pecan cookie roasted with fleur de sel. Mmmmh...
Nèulo, 46 rue Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie, Paris 4th arrondissement, open Wednesday to Sunday from 9 am to 8 pm. Cookie for €5.
Scoop Me a Cookie
You can't miss these cookies! Since 2014, Laura Petit, the founder of Scoop Me a Cookie, has been delighting Paris with original and delicious creations. A semi-baked biscuit made with the finest ingredients, available in matcha, coconut, sesame, cranberry, peanut, and many more flavors. It's hard to make a choice! The recipe, perfected over two years, remains secret and unique, meticulously crafted to the exact gram and degree to achieve the perfect balance. Its love factor? A soft center and crispy edges, with that melting pleasure sensation in your mouth!
Scoop Me a Cookie, 38 rue de Bretagne, Paris 3rd arrondissement, open Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 8 pm. See the store addresses here. Starting from €3.50.
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Indulgence, foodporn, and pleasure – that's what awaits you at Cookidiction. Created by Charlotte Zeitoun, these 100% homemade sweet treats are made in their lab in the heart of Paris. From butter to flour and chocolate to sugars, only the best ingredients have been chosen to create these wonders. Their uniqueness lies in the option to top your cookie with caramel, peanut butter, or even spread, and cover them with almonds or peanuts.
Cookidiction, 2 rue François Ponsard, Paris 16th arrondissement, open Tuesday to Sunday from 9:30 am to 7:30 pm. Starting from €3.90.
This bakery-workshop that teaches you how to make bread also offers excellent cookies! Young artisan baker Julien Cantenot presents a selection of bread, pastries, and desserts that delight both young and old. Atelier P1 offers two cookie recipes: the indulgent Choco Caramel and the healthier, vegan Praline Pumpkin Seed Cookie. A successful version that will leave you anything but indifferent.
Atelier P1, 157 rue Marcadet, Paris 18th arrondissement, open Wednesday to Friday from 8 am to 8 pm, Saturday from 8 am to 7:30 pm, and Sunday from 8 am to 7 pm. Starting from €2.90.
The best cookies from New York are now available in Paris. Puffy, the super fat American cookies with a unique taste, were created in collaboration with pastry chef Nicolas Paciello. Melt-in-your-mouth with a delicious buttery flavor, it's hard to stop at just a few bites. The 5 addictive recipes? The classic milk chocolate, hazelnut chocolate, white chocolate macadamia, pecan caramel, and peanut butter chocolate. Psst: The opening of the Puffy Cookies shop is scheduled for September, but you can already find them at In My Belly locations.
Puffy at In my Belly, 72 rue Falguière, Paris 15th arrondissement, open Monday to Sunday from 12 pm to 10 pm. Cookie starting from €3.50 and €4.50 for delivery.
The French Bastards
The French Bastards never cease to embrace the foodporn trend. Their cookie, a killer, is a flat biscuit topped with spreadable chocolate or accompanied by hazelnuts, instantly activating the nostalgic mode for an upcoming snack break.
The French Bastards, 61 rue Oberkampf, Paris 11th arrondissement, open Tuesday to Friday from 7:30 am to 8 pm, Saturday from 8:30 am to 8 pm, and Sunday from 8:30 am to 6 pm. €3.90 per cookie.
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At Mamiche, the cookies are generous, soft, and slightly crispy. Their special touch? A sprinkle of fleur de sel on top to enhance all the flavors. It's worth mentioning that everything here is made in an artisanal manner, and as a result, no two products are alike. So, from one day to another, you might find a more chocolatey cookie or a bigger biscuit than your neighbor's. It's like playing a game of culinary Russian roulette, in a good way.
Mamiche, 45 rue Condorcet, Paris 9th arrondissement, open Tuesday to Friday from 8 am to 8 pm and Saturday from 8 am to 7 pm. Cookie for €3.40.
Chocolatier Julien Dechenaud
A perfectionist, master chocolatier Julien Dechenaud strives for perfection... and he's not far from it with these cookies! His philosophy? Respect for the ingredients, flavors, and producers. When it comes to cookies, you have the choice between chocolate almond, hazelnut, and pistachio, all topped with a different glaze (caramel, hazelnut, or pistachio). Fun fact: You can also order these wonders in a larger pastry format for up to 10 people!
Chocolaterie Julien Dechenaud, 16 rue du Rendez-Vous, Paris 12th arrondissement, 11 rue du Paul Bert, Paris 11th arrondissement, and 32 rue Robert Giraudineau, 94300 Vincennes, open Tuesday to Saturday from 9:30 am to 7:30 pm, Sunday from 9:30 am to 1 pm, and Monday from 11 am to 7:30 pm. Cookies range from €5.50 to €55.
Le Pain Retrouvé Bakery
One recipe, one cookie! The charming bakery on rue des Martyrs holds the secret recipe for happiness. Don't let its simple appearance fool you, because this little classic cookie with chocolate chips and hazelnuts is made with love. And that delicate flavor is achieved through simple and carefully chosen ingredients. The PDO butter from Poitou-Charentes, excellent dark Valrhona chocolate, hazelnuts, almonds, walnuts, and brown sugar. A best-seller!
Le Pain Retrouvé Bakery, 18 rue des Martyrs, Paris 9th arrondissement, open Monday to Sunday from 6:30 am to 9 pm. Cookie for €2.50.
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