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Traditional French




Tarte Tatin

Tarte Tatin is an “upside-down Apple Tarte” which was born in a small hotel in the French region called Sologne by accident. The hotel was run by two sisters, Stéphanie Tatin and Caroline Tatin.

Stéphanie who did most of the cooking, was too tired and forgot the apples cooking in butter and sugar for too long, smelling the burning she tried to hide it by putting the pastry base on the top of the pan of apples and put it back in the oven to finish the cooking. When ready she turned it upside-down and to her great surprise all the hotel guests loved it. It became their signature dish and was name forvever Tarte Tatin.


In 1926, famous French gourmet Curnonsky recommended this dessert to Paris. The Tatin family, it is always remembered by the world because of this accidental negligence.


Traditional French Bakery

It takes more than 12 hours from start to finish to produce the high quality traditional PAIN CHAUD baguette. Our sourdough bread requires more than 40 hours of tender loving care to reach our display, and without mentioning the time PAIN CHAUD spends on the selection of its raw materials and ingredients. At PAIN CHAUD we believe that bread is alive! We only use natural yeast and other factors like temperature and humidity are taken into accounts for the best final result. Our bakers with their faith and skill want to transmit the French artisanal bread making.

Making sure freshly baked bread and croissant be ready for you at 8:00AM when the shop opens. For years our PAIN CHAUD bakers have started work between 3:00 and 4:00AM. Thanks to their dedication, skills and patience you can enjoy the PAIN CHAUD delicious products.



Why Ethical
Bread Matters 

Bread to French is just like rice to Chinese. For the French people, the staple food for dinner is all kinds of bread. You can match salty hams, delicious soups, fragrant red wines, creamy cheeses, and melodious French music to savor the romance and comfort of French bread.

Of course , you could buy a baguette , cut it and put anything you like inside to make your own style “French Sandwich”.

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