Our dear Cyril Lignac (you know how wild we are about his cooking in Saint Germain) has hit the bull’s eye with a terrific bakery in this part of the 16th.
After his first Pâtisserie by Lignac rue Paul Bert, the gentleman-cook has come to squat the bourgeois district between Trocadéro and Alma, a few meters from the Galliera Museum.
Scene of the crime? An old totally vintage bakery, twisted with new elements: marble counter, incredible lighting fixture and wooden frames, all designed by the KO agency.
We adore: the idea of the 8,90€ lunch formula with fab sandwiches(normal, they are made with his amazing baguette and very VIP products, uncovered by the owner) : ham, fleur de sel and comté, satay chicken or camembert with pepper. To enhance the formula, drinks and small chocolate pots topped with a cookie. A killer.
To also absolutely discover : the fig-white chocolate bread to eat with cheese and pain bagnat (3€). Still and always: his orgasmic marble cake.
We like: an address with a super-democratic price. Because the breads and cakes served in his restaurants are obviously made here!
Open daily from 7h30am to 8pm. Closed on Tuesday.