Discover sweet, traditional parisian macarons at Ladurée Salon de Thé in Ingolstadt Village.
160 years ago, Louis Ernest Ladurée opened a small bakery in the heart of Paris on Rue Royale. A little later, it became a tearoom, artfully decorated by the painter Jules Chéret. Since then, Ladurée has become an ambassador of French savoir-vivre with its pastel-colored macarons.
In Germany's first Ladurée Salon de Thé, guests can enjoy the highest Parisian patisserie art. In addition to the popular pastel-colored macarons, the Ladurée Salon de Thé serves a variety of tartlets, chocolates, tea and other hot beverages.
The famous macarons also make a nice gift for family and friends thanks to their elegant packaging.