Fantastic place!!! Great food! Great service! Great atmosphere! I had a green soup and a salmon. The soup was great and the salmon was the best salmon I ever had!!!
The waiter was rude. We went to have tea time, and when I ordered it he said that isn’t until 3 pm. When I showed him on the menu that it said particular ones started at 3 and not the one I had chosen (it was very clear) he rolled his eye and said no you can’t have that what else do you want. He then ignored us for the rest of our meal. Ruined our experience at a place where it is supposed to be a unique experience
It’s verry tiny and packed with chairs and tables , in understand that every restaurant wants to use as much as space as possible to receive more customers but i personally do not like is when the people next to me are so close they can barge in on my conversation. The thee was really nice and the food oke
Lovely, should try to use a little bit of Chablis wine while cooking the "dorade". Had a hood experience though. Recommend to ask customer if she wants to have a view from a near window. For lonely tourists is the best policy, saw it at the George Cinq Four Seasons Restaurant Le Cinq.
We had French toast for lunch. I was very soft and tasty as we expected. We booked in advance and said that we booked. The restaurant was not crowded at all. They did not check our reservation.
The food was expensive (but was a s expected), but really good. The service was super slow and they even got our order wrong. Overall, the food was great, but the service was awful.
While the omelette was excellent, Laduree’s days in the sun have long since passed. The decor, service and atmosphere can best be described as tired. Not the experience that it has been in the past.
Very dissapointed with the desserts La Duree. they came to the table very cold, as if just defrosted. We were told that they are kept in the refrigerator. NOT appropriate for at all for a fine patisserie. Even the macaroons which we ordered after the other desserts weren't correct were stale. This is not the same La Duree that I have known and respected for the quality in the past.
We had breakfast here and serviice was slow. Poor server was the only person working.
Our servers were absolutely wonderful! And so accommodating with our poor French. They made wonderful suggestions on dessert. Will be thrilled to come back!
the whole restaurant smelled like a bathroom ... unfortunately we made a reservation ahead of time so we stayed to eat but it was uncomfortable. they should close the restaurant down and fix the issue in the meantime.
Quite a disappointment. Stuff was errogant, deserts were dry, served from the downstairs take away shop with an extra charge of 30% for each. Interior is very small, unpleasantly dated. Overpriced dry “lux”
Really good breakfast in an authentic Parisian setting. Great place to visit as a tourist.
It might have been a bad day, but we had book a table at 11.30 for brunch but they didn't serve brunch that day. So we have a pastry and a coffee. The St Honoré was nice yet too much Chantilly not enough custard. The Placer Sucre was very nice but a tiny slice for 10€, it was too expensive. The coffee was nice but nothing out of this world. The decor is ok, it's a bit outdated feel (velvet on the walls) the whole room upstairs is extremely dark, all the decor is navy blue colour. The service was extremely slow. The waiter was serving tables that were seated before other tables. They ran out of croissants and he was very stressed about it. He would take only one order at the time even though there were 2 other people around only 1 person was taking orders. I will not go back again to Ladurée. I waited for 4 years to go to Paris and it was worth neither my time nor my money: 30€ for 2 pastries and 2 cups of black coffee.
Un brunch Féerique !!
Very small. Many things like croissants had ran out and were not available.
Everything was perfect!
Beautiful ambience, wonderful service with great tasting food all in all perfect!
This location is one of the older locations and feels a bit that way. The rug on the floor when you walk in was a bit frayed. The small tea room upstairs also shows signs of wear.The raspberries used as a flourish on the drink romantique were moldy. Other than that the deserts were delicious.
Service continu : de 8h30 à 19h30 (du lundi au vendredi), de 8h30 à 20h30 (uniquement samedi) et de 10h à 19h30 (uniquement dimanche et jours fériés).
21 Rue Bonaparte, 75006, Paris, France, RestaurantAddress
Métro Saint-Germain-des-Prés (M4)
Bienvenue dans le temple du macaron. La maison Ladurée a construit sa réputation sur le célèbre biscuit rond. Mais pas seulement. Ladurée Bonaparte, salon de thé d’exception, est aussi un lieu où l’on peut déguster des plats aussi raffinés que les pâtisseries. Le décor est tout simplement enchanteur avec ses murs peints et son élégant mobilier.
Les plats ont toujours cette touche sucrée qui vous rappelleront qu’ici le dessert est roi. Jugez par vous-même avec les ris de veau aux pêches, pomme ratte et oignons nouveaux glacés avant d'enchaîner avec le Saint Honoré rose-framboise, pâte feuilletée, pâte à choux, crème pâtissière allégée aux pétales de rose, compote de framboise, crème chantilly à l'eau de rose, fondant au sirop de rose et framboises.
Et impossible de repartir sans avoir savouré l’incontournable macaron.
You can reserve the restaurant for a private event (Max. 45 people)
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