Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Eating Our Way Through Europe




We spent the last couple of weeks in England and France. What better way to get a true taste of the continental life than by sampling the sweet offerings of local bakeries. So that's what we did! Our favorite bakery in greater London was Paul Family Bakery in South Clapham. This French style pastisserie has been in business since 1889 and is every bit as good as many of the pastisserie's of France. We found wonderful bakeries in Paris, Hyeres, Giens, and on the island of Porquerolles. They were all a feast for the eyes and palate. Here are some pictures from our favorites.


























5 comments:

Heavenly Housewife said...

I totally agree with you about Paul. Its also a fantastic place to have breakfast. By the way, they have a few locations in the US now (check their website for locations) :) Looks like u had a delicious time!

Cookin' Canuck said...

What wonderful pictures! Sigh...I wish I could be there right now.

Sunshine Mom said...

I'm drooling!!

Joce {Foodie Finder} said...

Ahh...Sugar heaven! Love it!

koshercamembert said...

Ahhh, I love eating my way through London and Paris! Jealous! Lovely pics!