This mini-chainlet is now three Paris locations strong (with two outposts in London), which makes a lot of sense: The bread really is distinguishably excellent, which in a place like Paris, says a lot. Though the sourdough loaves fly off the shelves, we love their nut breads—along with the fact that you can purchase by the half or quarter loaf if you can’t take down the entire thing. There’s usually a line, and while there’s nothing to be done about that, you can always duck into La Cuisine de Bar instead. It’s a sandwich shop next to the location in the 6th, where they make sandwiches from Poilâne bread. There’s also a location in Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the Marais.