French, Bakery
$ $ $
101 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
Paris, Île-de-France 75008
+33 1 42 99 90 00


  • For their clair I can stop my diet :)
  • On ordering, a slip of paper will be given to you. Hand this over at the cash register to be stamped when you pay, and then give it to the person you ordered from to collect your items.
  • Deli com mais de 200 anos. GK
  • Best macaroons I ever had
  • A very good quite place with tasty cakes and macron. The tea is great and the service is great. Thank you layla
  • The most expensive baguette I've ever bought (1.95), which was average at best. Everything else looks amazing, though, and service was quite friendly.
  • A must try place if you like deserts
  • have many branches
  • One of the best patisserie in Paris! HQ in Rue du Colisee!!!
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  • Firstluxe aime ce lieu
  • Du haut de ses 9boutiques, Dalloyau propose des ptisseries bases sur des crations saisonnires mais inspires des traditions d'autrefois.
  • Les meilleurs Opras se trouvent naturellement chez Dalloyau, le crateur, a va de soit.
  • Il propose depuis plus de 300 ans des macarons. Amandes de Valencie, vanille Bourbon de Madagascar, chocolat pure origine Venezuela ou encore beurre extra-fin, 35,80 euros la boite de 20.
  • The best bakery ever! Found it by chance during a walk in the city centre. Definitely recommend the cherry tart and the chess cake!:)
  • # 3 tartes aux fraises. Le Figaro. 14,5 / 20 points.
  • The bellota and the filet de buf are my favourit!
  • Dalloyau gathers in a same company all the talents related to taste : cooks, pastry cooks, chocolate makers, confectioners, ice-cream makers, and bakers.
  • Depuis 1802, la maison de Gastronomie Dalloyau, fonde par Jean-Baptiste Dalloyau, nous propose des crations dignes de "l'art de vivre et l'art de recevoir la franaise".