We were featured on Zagat! The Parisian spirit as well as romance lives in this cute French bakery. After more than seven years together, the recently married couple Ludi and Guillaume are equal founders of Le Parfait Paris who both grew up and met in France. They eventually found their way to San Diego and share their love of great food. As chief operating officer and chief executive officer of the bakery, the extensive work week keeps them on their toes. Read the full article here.
Check us out in Four El Magazine where they recently featured us! This place has modern decor with warm wood accents. The establishment has clean lines with attention to detail and function. This translates right into their pastries. Everything is as beautiful as it tastes. You might walk in here with your girlfriend because she makes you, but after you have a taste, you’ll be back alone…secretly. Read the full article here.
We were featured in San Diego Home & Garden’s January Issue! “The French tend not to tinker with tradition, except when they do. Masterful pastry chef Jean Francois Fays presents such a perfect palette of pastries at downtown’s new Le Parfait paris that even the most experienced eyes may not immediately notice what’s odd about the Mille-Feuille Odette.” Read the full article here.
Le Parfait Paris, the French patisserie and boulangerie located in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter, celebrated its grand opening on Friday, Dec. 5, with a live band, complimentary desserts, red wine and signature cocktails for all guests. Dressed in cocktail attire, attendees got to choose from a variety of fine specialty desserts, including chocolate mousse topped with chocolate ganache, cheesecake made with mascarpone and ricotta, and macaroons with vanilla and fresh fruit. Guests also enjoyed Le Parfait Paris’ signature champagne cocktail made with a hibiscus flower, as well as the spinach and gruyere, and pancetta and sun‐dried tomato miniature quiches (shown below). The chic patisserie offers a French experience for San Diegans, with large, open windows, a street‐side patio, and desserts showcased in transparent refrigerated cases that make them hard to resist. For brunch, guests can choose from a selection of dishes, including: croissants, eggs…
Le Parfait Paris is San Diego’s newest patisserie and boulangerie. Located in the downtown Gaslamp District, Le Parfait Paris is distinctly chic with its large, open windows and street-side patio. Intentionally minimalistic in design, a bevy of colorful macarons and desserts are housed like fine jewelry in transparent refrigerated cases for roving eyes to adore. It’s the brainchild of Guillaume Ryon, who was born in France and moved to San Diego at 18. “I miss the taste of home,” Ryon told Southern California Life at the grand opening. French pastry chef Jean-Francois Fays creates authentic baguettes, breads, pastries, and gluten-free items, but Le Parfait Paris is quickly becoming known for his exquisite macarons. A French treat dating back to the days of the Renaissance, the macaron (pronounced “macaroon”) of the 20th century, originally called “le Paris Macaron,” is a sweet almond meringue-based confection filled…
Le Parfait Paris is the newest little Parisian hot spot located at 555 G St. in a bustling part of Downtown San Diego’s Gaslamp. It’s clean and simplistic decor whispers French elegance, while its black and white color palette keeps it very edgy and modern. The attention to detail from this place is more than just what meets the eye, even the components of the café tables are reminiscent of the Eiffel tower. This French Bakery offers a wide range of rich and delicate desserts. Their specialty is the decadent in-house crafted macaroons boasting an array of flavors like peanut butter, pumpkin, pistachio and lemon—just to name a few. Their grand opening evening on December 5th was a total success. The red carpet roll out was complete with all guests in cocktail attire and the halls decked to the nines for the holiday season….
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