Paris Baguette can be found all over South Korea. You are 100% guaranteed to bump into this place somewhere on the street as there are over 2,900 locations. They have sandwiches, cakes, buns, drinks, and pastries. While I was in Korea, I probably came here almost everyday to get some breakfast or snack. It’s just convenient and sometimes open 24 hours.
They even have a few locations in North America, specifically in California, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.
All the tables are filled with bread. There is even a little seating area too for you to enjoy your baked goods here.
Bread, bread, bread.
Cheesy Pizza Bread was heated and sliced into 4 pieces. It was cheesy and a hint of sweetness to it.
English Muffin with ham, cheese, and egg. Tasted ok, but I wouldn’t eat it again. Needs more filling between the buns.
Sausage Wrap has sweet sauce, cheese, egg and fried onions. This was pretty good too.
Grapefruit Juice and bottled coffee.
Cream cake was for my birthday. It has layers of white cake with cream and fruit. It was good, but as you can tell, the fruit isn’t ask fresh.
Overall, I would stick with their savoury bread items. Those are my favourites. If you are a tourist like me and have no idea what to bring home, they have a few locations inside the Incheon Airport. Great for last-minute gifts because they have gift boxes of assorted treats.
It’s not the best bakery, but it sure is convenient.