An all-organic bakery, with multiple locations around Paris.

Practical information

Address: 2 rue de Bazeilles, 75005
Nearest transport: Censier-Daubenton (7)
Hours: closed Thursday
Telephone: 01 47 07 35 40

Additional locations

Address: 7 rue Bourdaloue, 75009
Nearest transport: Notre Dame de Lorette (12)
Hours: Closed Sunday
Telephone: 01 48 74 04 55

Address: 6 blvd de Denain, 75010
Nearest transport: Gare du Nord (4, 5, RER B,D)
Hours: Closed Sunday
Telephone: 01 53 16 34 21

Address: 5 place d’Aligre, 75012
Nearest transport: Ledru-Rollin (8)
Hours: Closed Monday
Telephone: 01 43 45 46 60

Address: 4 ave du Général Leclerc, 75014
Nearest transport: Denfer-Rochereau (4, 5, RER B)
Hours: Closed Monday
Telephone: 01 43 22 34 13

Address: 59 rue Fondary, 75015
Nearest transport: Émile Zola (10)
Hours: Closed Wednesday
Telephone: 01 45 75 34 85

Address: 75 rue La Fontaine, 75016
Nearest transport: Michel-Ange Auteuil (9, 10)
Hours: Closed Monday
Telephone: 01 40 50 04 43

Reviews of interest

Time Out (2012) “Moisan’s organic bread, viennoiseries and rustic tarts are outstanding.”

Gilles Pudlowski (2011) “…rien n’est mauvais ici, mais rien n’est vraiment emballant non plus. Flûte sans génie, viennoiseries sans relief, ou « grand pain bio au levain » à la mie quasi sèche…”

David Lebovitz (2009) Recommended in The Sweet Life in Paris.

2 thoughts on “Moisan”

  1. jay says:

    We were recently in Paris and we wandered into the outlet at Avenue du Général Leclerc for some refreshments. The food seemed appetizing and we were delighted by the fact that it was all organic, so we happily settled in. We ordered some goodies and while we were waiting for them, I asked the person at the counter (a female of Chinese or Far East origin), if I can take some photos (I am a food blogger and was very interested in reviewing this place) and she was very rude to us! Told me not to take photos and practically chased me out of the shop while screaming at me very loudly! As if we had stolen something! Needless to say it was VERY embarrassing, especially with all those people looking on! If we had not made our purchase already we would have left promptly due to this extremely unbecoming treatment we received (we have already been in Paris for about 2 weeks and this was the first time that something like this has happened to us!). If this is how they would treat your customers, I would definitely personally advice anyone via my blog, social media and other means to not visit any of these outlets whenever they are in Paris. This simply would not do. One simply does not visit a city or a store to be insulted. And this is exactly what the staff of Moisan put us through at this outlet. And the products? Rather ordinary and overpriced – I’d had better for lesser in Paris. And would I put up with this kind of rudeness for them? Hell NO!

  2. Andrea Valenzuela says:

    I went to this bakery on Sunday Morning early before we went on our tours of Paris . and ordered 4 croissants 2 double coffees and a jar of jelly and a long french bread . well my total came out to 18 euros . I handed her a 100 euro bill she gave me 53 euros back when it should have been 29 euros more. They knew i was a tourist and took advantage and its not fair . We were so impressed at how nice it was and the bread was good and were looking forward to eating there every time we came to Paris since we were going to go for work more often there . I am very disappointed with this bakery.

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