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Street vendor and wine merchant Auguste Fauchon founded Fauchon in 1886. In 1905, Auguste began selling his wares by catalogue, making them available to epicures all over Europe. The company continued to innovate throughout the 20th century, creating the first flavored teas in the 1960s, and the first flower-petal teas in the 1970s. The gourmet food company now operates retail outlets all over the world, producing tea, chocolate, biscuits, and sweets, among other products. Put Fauchon into our Paris tour planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Paris.
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Ótima opção para um almoço / jantar em Paris. Lugar muito bonito e ótima gastronomia. Vale a pena conhecer a loja Fauchon também (embaixo do restaurante).Great choice for a lunch/dinner in Paris. Very beautiful place and great food. Worth knowing the Fauchon store too (below the restaurant).show original
Horrible service and sub standard food, no wonder it was empty , server was busy cleaning the place then taking care of customer
Local tradicional para adquirir e saborear uns chas num final de tarde Paris. Diversidade de doces e especiarias..... Muito bom!Traditional site to acquire and enjoy a chas in late afternoon Paris. Diversity of sweets and spices. Very good!show original
How do I begin to describe the amazingness of this place? It's a food and dessert Wonderland. Make some time to go to their brunch. You will not regret it. The spreads are fabulous and the cost is not cheap but definitely reasonable for what you get! Try all the macaroons (kidding...but seriously try). So much goodness here.
Came here specifically since I love their teas. Selection is beyond and they have croissants and madeleines in so many flavours. I love the colours of black and pink together. Service is the typical aloof and somewhat cold Parisian demeanor.
You can buy delicious brioche and pastries, such as croissant (plain or flavored), Madeline, Canelé from the bread section. The candy section will impress most of you.
It was nice, table was a little bit messy and cutlery could have been polished. Food was good though and it's about that :) pricey
Excellent patisserie in the heart of Paris. Go for the special chocolates, cream cakes and macaroons. Leave the ordinary stuff for somewhere else
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