Babka is one of the hottest culinary trends today. Declined in many ways, Paris is full of good places to enjoy them !
BABKA ZANA, a name that pays tribute to all the mothers and grandmothers who knew how to nurture and transmit. In turn, they are proud to continue this tradition. Since January 2020, they have opened their shop. From the window, young and old are delighted to watch our bakers knead, shape, garnish, spread, roll, braid and bake in large glass ovens… Available in four flavors, the BABKA is their flagship product but they also offer Rugelaghs – small brioche croissants, Hallah – traditional Friday bread, sandwiches and Borekas – traditional Mediterranean pastries… And other delicacies.
65 rue Condorcet – 75009 Paris
+33 9 88 02 91 43
The French Bastards
Since January, a team of three excited boys have landed at 61 rue d’Oberkampf, with the firm ambition to delight the most demanding gourmets. The French Bastards, which opened in early 2019, is one of the most popular bakeries in Paris. There is a really delicious cut babka but also small individual buns for a solo treat.
The French Bastards,
61 rue Oberkampf,
181 rue Saint-Denis, 75002 Paris.
Mamiche has made it a point of honor to manufacture each of their products in a 100% artisanal way. They consider dough as a living material that their craftsmen knead with love.
45 rue Condorcet, 75009 Paris
The artisanal and responsible bakery also sells a divine babka, braided by hand and filled with praline spread and hazelnut chips. In XXL version (400 g), it is perfect for large tables.
28, boulevard Beaumarchais – 75011 Paris
Located in the 8th arrondissement, lovers of all kinds of brioche have made Bab their favorite gourmet spot for breakfast or a snack break. And the good news is that the first brioche bar in Paris also displays a babka on its menu, in the classic chocolate version, or with peanut paste and salted butter caramel. Addictive !
8, rue La Boétie – 75008