Indulge in Germany's first Ladurée Salon de Thé and enjoy the highest art of patisserie at Ingolstadt Village.
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.