After going to Seoul Tower, we decided to relax at Seoul Station to wait for a train to arrive. M’s Mom asked me “do you like bread”? I thought this was a strange question, but I said I enjoy pastries. She told me Paris Croissant has the best blueberry tart she’s ever had. Whenever she has the change to come to Seoul, she buys a bunch of blueberry tarts to bring back home.
Paris Croissant was created in 1986 and creates classic French bread and pastries. They also own Paris Baguette.
The interior of this location has seats available for customers to sit down. The bread products are located along the side and at the front counter.
They have a lot of pretty cakes and tarts! Very beautiful!
They have a large variety of buns! They aren’t all traditional french pastries, but they have a lot of Korean type of pastry items. The prices are a bit expensive compared to smaller bakeries.
M’s mom clearly bought a lot. Red bean sesame balls, blueberry tarts and pecan pie.
She bought me two items to try – the blueberry tart and the red bean sesame ball.
The Red Bean Sesame Ball was very delicious, there was a lot of red bean paste in the center and wasn’t too sweet. So goo!
The blueberry tart was also delicious. I’ve never had anything like it. There were lots of blueberries inside, so every bite has a berry.
Overall, this place has great items, but it a tad expensive. I would definitely go back to Korea to try more of their items.
Words of Wisdom:
- Good amount of seating
- Blueberry tart is awesome
- Relaxing atmosphere to talk with friends
We Rate Paris Croissant:
Various locations all over Korea