Aki boulangerie

Aki boulangerie

When you live in Paris and want to be like in Japan you have a lot of choices (restaurants, stores, museums, grocery...) but if you're looking for a real Japanese bakery, I think there is only one: Aki Boulangerie. And lucky I am because it's close to my home. 

Aki-boulangerie

I know what you're thinking: a Japanese bakery, why? Don't we have the best bakeries in France? But Japanese bakeries are not exactly the same than in France even they try to make bread, you mostly find pastries that only Japanese can make (and for some only Japanese can eat!):
> Melon bread, creamy buns, hazuki buns, sakura mochi ampan, matcha rolled cakes, cornets cream, and english bread with huge slices...
> And also bento, katsu sandwiches, Amotcha sandwiches...
> And in this one, classic cakes with Japanese flavor or ingredients: yuzu, matcha, azuki for éclair cake, opéra cake, creamy puffs, tiramisu...

Back to the basics

Back to the basics

Veal and vegetables in a wok

Veal and vegetables in a wok