Ice creams and sorbets

We love them in all seasons, but get hooked on them in midsummer. Ice creams and sorbets, of course!

The weather’s fine and it’s hot, but how can you cool off with a sweet treat? It’s very simple. With a pretty cup and flavours to die for, topped with whipped cream or fresh fruit if you don’t deny yourself anything.

Where? Sitting on the slightly shaded terrace of Les Deux Magots, overlooking the Place Saint-Germain-des-Prés, of course!

Our ice creams, sorbets and sundaes : seasonal flavours :

Choice of ice cream scoop

Ice cream or sorbet (3 scoops)

Coupe des Deux Magots: vanilla ice cream, blackcurrant sorbet and blackcurrant syrup

Café ou Chocolat Liégeois: coffee or chocolate ice cream, coffee or chocolate sauce, Chantilly cream

Strawberries or raspberries Melba (in season): vanilla ice cream, strawberries or raspberries according to market, Chantilly cream

Délice fruits rouges (in season): vanilla ice cream, assorted red fruits, raspberry coulis, whipped cream

Ice creams and sorbets

Our latest compound cup is a gourmet nod to our neighborhood (see photo above). The aptly named Coupe St-Germain combines elderberry sorbet, fruit salad, chantilly cream and St-Germain liqueur with elderflowers. To be enjoyed in moderation, but also with relish!

A long-standing partner of Les Deux Magots: the Berthillon house

There’s no such thing as a delicious cup without an excellent ice cream maker, authentic and committed to working with the finest ingredients. That ‘s why Les Deux Magots has been happy to work for many years with the famous Berthillon house, established on the Île Saint-Louis since 1954. A family-run business, like our own, that guarantees quintessential fragrances and natural recipes that respect the ingredients.

The inimitable Berthillon quality is the absence of preservatives, glucose syrup, sweeteners and acidifiers. A sorbet consists of fruit (60-70%), water and sucrose. Creams are made from milk, cream, eggs, sugar and fruit.

We’re crazy about the ice creams and sorbets at Les Deux Magots!