Odette Pastry Shop in Paris
There’s so much to discover in the Latin Quarter of Paris. You could start your day at the timeless Notre Dame, cross the Seine, grab a coffee at Shakespeare and Company and then turn the corner to a beautiful cobblestone street Rue Saint-Julien le Pauvre.
At the end of this nearly perfectly straight cobblestone street, you’ll find Odette – the famous pastry shop serving delicious choux pastries and coffee.
Founded by Frenchman Frédéric Berthy, who dreamed of leaving his work in IT to open a French pastry shop specializing in the traditional French sweet: the choux.
What is the choux you may ask? Well, although it literally translates to “cabbage”, a choux is essentially a cream puff – a light puff pastry! Offered in a variety of flavors, the choux pastries come in at under 2 euros each, an affordable way to get a taste of the best pastries in Paris! You can choose from: vanilla, chocolate, pistachio, coffee, passion fruit, caramel, multi-fruits, or praline! Yum…
77 Rue Galande
75005 Paris, France