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Reviewed by Deanie on
My pet peeve--they're called macarons, not macaroons. Completely diferent cookies.
Reviewed by jim on
Am particularly interested in the smaller restaurant located at 16 rue Royale & whether they are serving gluten free meals. The above comment was not dated so if someone knows for sure, i would really appreciate your comment.

Thank you.
Reviewed by Arturo on
Thanks for the tip, I'm currently planning a trip with my 9 year old daughter , and the information is very useful. Can you please advice if beside gluten free ,they also offer dairy free , and also she is allergic to chicken eggs
best regards

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Ladurée

Laduree

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 There are several locations including a large Laduree on the Champs Elysses.  Our favorite is the smaller restaurant on 16 rue Royale - 75008 Paris.   We ate here several times while in Paris and loved it.  We had salads, omelets and frites for our meals and macaroons for dessert.  However, a recent reviewer said they had terrible service and the only Gluten Free item, other than macaroons, was literally raw salmon.   So go for the Macaroons, which are, wonderful but don't count on a meal. 

As to the Macaroons:  I received a letter from them stating that "we do not use flour in our macaroons; sometimes you can find ingredients such as corn starch in them. We don’t use any raw material containing gluten or peanut. However, as a precautionary measure, some of our providers specify on the ingredient technical delivery notice that the ingredient can contain traces of nuts, milk proteins, eggs proteins, gluten and peanuts.  This precaution is due to the fact that some ingredient containing gluten or peanuts are used in the same production unit.  Therefore, risks of contamination from one ingredient to the other are possible and should be considered, even if in this case it is a matter of traces." We ate them abundantly without any problem.

 

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Reviewed by Deanie on
My pet peeve--they're called macarons, not macaroons. Completely diferent cookies.
Reviewed by jim on
Am particularly interested in the smaller restaurant located at 16 rue Royale & whether they are serving gluten free meals. The above comment was not dated so if someone knows for sure, i would really appreciate your comment.

Thank you.
Reviewed by Arturo on
Thanks for the tip, I'm currently planning a trip with my 9 year old daughter , and the information is very useful. Can you please advice if beside gluten free ,they also offer dairy free , and also she is allergic to chicken eggs
best regards

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