Rum babas, macaroons and specialties catering to this historic luxury pastry, dating from 1730.

51, rue Montorgueil, 75002 Paris 2ème


51, rue Montorgueil
75002 Paris 2ème



+33 (0)1 40 26 41 64


Métros :
Sentier (L3)
Les halles (L4)
Etienne Marcel (L4)

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In the year of grace 1725, Louis XV married Marie Leszczynska, daughter of King Stanislas of Poland. His pastry chef Stohrer follows her in Versailles.

Five years later, in 1730, NICOLAS STOHRER opened his bakery at 51 rue Montorgueil in the second arrondissement of Paris.
In its kitchen, where desserts were invented for the Great Court, king’s delights are still prepared.
Stohrer is classified as a French historical monument in the society inventory, thanks to Paul Baudry's mural decorations.

Nota bene : The works that crowned Baudry's reputation were his mural decorations of the foyer of the Opera Garnier in the 19th Century.

Stohrer is the oldest pastry shop of Paris, created in 1730 under the reign of King Roi Louis XV.

In the 18th Century, Nicolas Stohrer, created the rum baba, one of the classic French pastries.

Stohrer offer another specialty pastry from the 18th century : the puits d'amour, which is a puff pastry filled with vanilla custard then caramelized with a red-hot iron.

Costumers also appreciate our fresh wild strawberries tart, that is offered all the year in the shop.

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