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Pâtisserie Amandine

Pâtisserie Amandine in Westend is my new favourite bakery. I lived in Paris as a student, opposite the most wonderful bakery that sold melt-in-the-mouth pain au chocolats. Since being in Germany, I’ve had to make do with dry, chewy Schokocroissants. Je ne l’aime pas.

Thankfully, Pâtisserie Amandine is a short walk from my new appartment in Westend. While their croissants feel like you’re eating a block of butter, they do really good baguettes, indulgent crispy pain au chocolates and heavenly lemon tarts. My French neighbours aren’t fans of the croissants either, but they do concede that the bread’s good.

The bakery can be found in Bergmannstr. 44 (if coming by public transport, the closest stop is the bus stop Bergmannstraße). Do check opening times before heading down there though, they like to take long lunches and aren’t open on Sundays.

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I'm Rachel, the author behind Arts in Munich. I moved to Munich in the summer of 2008, and work as a copywriter and editor in the city. I have previously written for a variety of publications, including Electronic Beats, Not Just A Label and The Huffington Post.

3 Comments

  1. This is going to go on my list of places to visit this summer!

    • Hurrah! I love your blog by the way, you have some beautiful paintings.

      • Thank you Rachel! I hope you can come out to Artmuc Kunstmesse at the end of this month 🙂 I will be showing my most recent paintings there.

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