Norma Bakery, British accent

Contrary to its name, Norma Bakery does not offer bread, but everything that could approach a gourmet offer declined both in pastry, bakery and coffee shop worthy of the name. A common point, however, is a frankly British atavism, given the origins of the two bakers in place, Tommy and Abigail – the latter having spent time in the kitchen of the bistro Les Arlots (10th), an absolute reference when it comes to demanding taste buds… Here, near the pretty Place Saint-Georges, you can enjoy, from the morning, soft scones and other sweet rolls that become salty at lunchtime, garnished with sausages made in France. For the big cravings, we try to finish the huge sandwiches generously filled (homemade breads) or the cheddar eggbun, while eyeing the succulent pastries (coffee-cinnamon cushion, rhubarb vanilla, shortbread caramel, etc.)


Norma Bakery

34, Rue Notre-Dame-de-Lorette, 9e
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