What Our
Customers Are Saying
5 stars!! These are the best macarons I had outside of Paris – even better than some of them in Paris. The chewy texture in the middle is just perfect, and the subtle favors are spot on. The charming service is added bonus. I am a one happy customer!!
-Mio S.
Whenever My wife and I travel to Sarasota, We frequently dine at one of the many restaurants at St Armand’s Circle. We always forgo dessert at the restaurant however and walk over to Le Macaron, where we each get 2 of their delightful little pastries and a cappuccino to take outside.
-Jim M.
Their rose macarons, coffee macarons and their basil white chocolate macarons are to die for. Their gelato are also extremely good! Especially their Violet flower gelato! It has this delicate floral flavor and its delicious! Their frozen yogurt with apricot jam is my favorite though! The even sell croissants and chocolate bread. Everything that they sell are just superb!
-Sumi H.
So good. So, so, so good! Went with a white chocolate basil (heavenly combo) macaron and a praline macaron, and neither disappointed. Making macarons is not easy, hence the high price point, but they are delicious when done well. And I am still day dreaming about the flavorful basil + white chocolate duo. Stop in if you’re on St. Armands Circle, it’s a must.
-Caron S.
This French pastry shop is awesome! We always stop here whenever we visit St. Armand’s Circle and stock up on their delicious macarons, chocolates, and gelato! The store itself has a nice presentation to it and reflects an upscale experience. Prices are pretty reasonable and you certainly get your money’s worth here with the flavor here. Love this place!
-Carlos H.
I love this place. The macarons are pricey but worth the splurge. And the gelato is great. We went twice in one week and tried about 8 flavors. They are all good but I have my favorites. Try the guanduja, walnut and basil white chocolate. My husband loves the lemon. You can’t go wrong here. Also the pistachio gelato was fabulous.
-Victoria M.
We happened upon this patisserie and decided to try their macarons having just seen Martha Stewart bring some to David Letterman on his show recently. What a taste of heavenly delight. They are pricey at $2.00 a piece but well worth it. One bite gives your mouth an incredible series of sensations both in texture and flavour. They also have truffles that are a work of art.
-Joanne F.
Over the top great!!!! Had breakfast here one morning on our way home from Siesta Key. I cannot say enough good things about it. I had an Almond filled croissant and my boyfriend a a chocolate filled one. Both were awesome!!! Also shared 6 macaroons. All were tasty!!! Rose and salted Carmel were are favorite but I’m pretty sure you can’t go wrong in this place!!!
-Marisa P.