Plauchut tea room and patisserie, Marseille Near the top of the Canebière this deliciously old-fashioned patisserie, the oldest, in fact, in Marseille (est. 1820), offers a vast array of cakes, chocolate and biscuits, including many local specialities and sweetmeats.

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Canistrelli, navettes, macarons, amaretti, calissons, brioches, mouna... If the exotic names aren't enough to make your mouth water, the images on Plauchut's website certainly will.

Temptation is piled up in the windows, all along the counters in a baroque, kitsch, cluttered little tea-room festooned with chandeliers and stucco and eventually and inevitably, on your plate.

Light lunches - quiche, pizza, salads - are served at a handful of tables but Plauchut really comes into its own for morning coffees, ices and decadent afternoon teas, though visitors have complained of the chilly service.

Where: Plauchut, 168 La Canebière, 13001 Marseille. Tel: (+33) 4 91 48 06 67.

 

 

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