Our top-5 ice creams spots in Paris

Rain or shine… when it comes to trying out ice creams in their healthier forms, I am in all the way! Plus today, the temperature in Paris is reaching a peak of 34 degrees Celsius, and as the lines are getting longer in front of our favorite Parisian glaciers, I thought I’d share with you a few addresses you might be interested in visiting to cool down and satisfy your (n)ice cream cravings. Follow me for our top-5 ice creams spots in Paris!


Established since 2014 in one of my most familiar areas in Paris: SoPi (South of Pigalle), I couldn’t avoid a few visits at Glazed, an ice-cream & sorbet store with over 30 out-of-the box flavours! Today, the brand also has a store  in the 5th arrondissement, and in both locations, you’ll find modern and decadent creations, such as “Glazed and confused” (Lemongrass ice cream), “Mister Green” (Pistachio and sesame ice cream), “Cococaïne” (sorbet for coconut lovers!) or “Pump up the Volume” (mango and chili from Espelette sorbet). We also love the Skimos (frozen pospicles).
What I prefer? they have ice-creams and sorbets for all seasons. And because crafting exquisite ice-creams is like an art, just like in art galleries… Glazed carries a permanent collection on its menu, as well as some seasonal items. Because for ice cream lovers like us, it’s not only a summer affair!

19 rue Geoffroy Saint Hilaire, Paris 5e
54 rue des Martyrs, Paris 9e



What are some of your favorite ice cream flavours? I gotta say, I have a real thing for creamy & nutty… so clearly, the “achta”  ice cream from Bachir is a real highlight for me. What is it? It is ice cream coated with crushed pistachios. OMG. All the ice creams at Bachir are organic, and made to perfection following their traditional Lebanese recipe that originated in 1936.
Today they have 2 locations in Paris: one in Le Marais and one in Montmartre. As for the name, “Bachir” was simply the family name of the two brothers who created the brand, Maurice & Edward Bachir.

58 rue Rambuteau, Paris 3e
7 rue Tardieu, Paris 18e


California Bliss 

Okay, so I am totally bias but when I hear, “California”, it’s like a magic word full of promise of sunshine, healthy glow, and to some extend, sophistication! (is is only me?!). So when I head there was a froyo store (I am a big fan of froyo!) in Paris, called “California bliss”, I had to check it out!
What will you find there? Upscale frozen Yogurt. They call it haut-de-gamme. They are artisan frozen yogurt, made in Aix-en-Provence. The base is fat free (0%) yogurt + quality skimmed milk or mylks,  and they are free from gluten, in case you wondered!
We also love the fact that this company is women-owned. Their two founders, Kylie and Danielle, brought together the best of their worlds (USA and France) to please our palates! We are also big fans of their action towards empowering young women through their charity work with https://globalgirlsglow.org/

California Bliss:
10 rue de Buci, Paris 6e



Our highlight for all fruit lovers! The best way to describe what they do, I’d say is “frozen fruity dessert”. But you’ll have to see and taste what it is really about as Fruttini’s craft is like no other. What Fruttini offers is based on a traditional recipe from south of Italy combining gracefully fruit and pastry-like filling. All while keeping it fresh and light. A must try.

24 rue Saint Placide, Paris 6e
32 rue des Martyrs, Paris 9e


Le bac à glaces

They got me at “lots of fruit and little sugar”! That sounds like a good deal to me and it is one of Le Bac à glaces motto.
Parisian ice-cream makers since 1955, Le Bac à Glaces is a family business, proudly creating traditional ice creams, in their Parisian atelier located in the 7th arrondissement. At My Healthy Cities, we are always so excited to discover and support local brands, and this is a real gem for us! They use no additives, no coloring, no artificial flavours and no preservatives.
Although traditional, they managed to bring a real touch of freshness to their creations, offering classic tastes as well as more original flavours such as “Matcha green tea”, “Honey and pine nuts”, “Apricot-ginger” or “Raspberry-rose”.

Le bac à glaces:
109 Rue du Bac, Paris 6e


What is your favorite ice-cream & sorbet bar in your city?
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