Patisserie Madeleine

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Experience real French flair in the Schanze - at the patisserie Madeleine.

Homemade French delicacies await you at the patisserie Madeleine, many of the ingredients even come directly from France. Whether it's a classic oven-warm croissant with delicious cappuccino, a filled baguette or bread roll - which is called " patisserie petit pain " here - or one of the Madeleines that give the patisserie its name. The patisserie has just about everything you could wish for: Eclairs, tarts, macarons, everything in a fruity-sweet or melt-in-the-mouth chocolaty variation. 

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