The Paris Baguette inside Zion Market opened this weekend. We happened to be there to do some shopping and I was super excited when I saw signs of life for Paris Baguette. We also noticed some more additions to the new Zion market, like new food court restaurants.
First, Paris Baguette. It’s about the same size as the one located inside H Mart.
There were a lot of the same items: fully decorated cakes, croissants, other pastries and breads, sponge cakes, macarons and more.
I did notice a few different items. They had larger macarons that looked somewhat fancy, whereas the H Mart location has mini macarons. The larger ones were being sold at $15 for 6 though, which was on the pricey side. I haven’t really enjoyed Paris Baguette’s macarons so I didn’t try these.
I also noticed some colorful sausage and pizza breads which I hadn’t seen before and a bigger fruit tart selection.
While shopping at the new Zion, I noticed that they are indeed going to have a food court. Already operating is CDD Tofu & Grill. There were some empty sections for future restaurants. There was also a sign for a Boba Bar, though it’s not yet open.
The cooked food bar that was empty during my soft opening visit now is up and running. There appear to be two small businesses cooking there. One is offering fried chicken and the other is offering various other fried items like tempura. I was really curious about the fried chicken as I’m a big fan of the korean fried chicken. We didn’t get any on this visit, but we plan on checking it out soon.
I dived into my Paris Baguette baked goods as soon as we left. Here is what remained for a quick photo:
Chocolate croissant, canelé, and tapioca bread.
Here’s the sign for Zion getting ready to go up too:
You can read my first experience here.