A little overhyped. I had a macaroon and it was god but the service was terrible. Not sure of cross contamination.
Macarons are amazing. Staff was very knowledgeable.
Not celiac friendly. Today only the macaroons were gf and they share equipment.
The macaroons were amazing! Great place.
Really good macaroon, slightly different to the original French to which we are used to, but could not resist and went back twice in one day. We also went to the one in the French Quarter.
Amazing GF macaroons! Carrot cake and lemon are some of the best, but pistachio and chocolate and so many others are great too!
Actually went to the location in the French Quarter. Delicious, delicious macaron. I especially enjoyed the chickory flavor (almost like coffee, but not bitter at all). There is also a wide selection sweets for the wheat-eaters .
My family couldn't believe that all of the macaroons were gf! Everything was delicious
Macarons are GF (yay almond flour!) And delicious! I went to the Conti St. location and they didn't have a ton of flavors but the ones I got were great.
Their French macarons are amazing and addictive. My favorite celiac-friendly go to dessert.
Delicious desserts! When I moved to New Orleans, sucre was one of the first places I heard about and I had to check it out. The macarons are incredibly tasty and come in really fun flavors! And the gelato sundaes, coffee, and chocolates are fantastic as well! I love to take both my celiac and gluten eating friends here because the treats are great for everybody. One of my favorites.
They have GF macarons. I have never tried macarons before because they looked like they would be hard and crunchy. I talked to the owner and he talked me into trying a few. They are soft and delicious! So glad I walked into this cute store and asked if they had any GF products.
Sucré has the best french macarons and chocolates! If you are looking to indulge and you need it to be gluten free I recomend Sucré.
The French macarons at Sucre are gluten-free and quite delicious! Last but definitely not least the chocolates are gluten-free as well.
If you are really sensitive to gluten, don't bother.
Only the macarons are gluten free (almond flour and a creamy sugary filling) and are all different flavors. They were delicious!
When I just had one I was fine, but I got a box to take home. I had small reactions at first, but as soon as I had 2 my reactions started immediately. I don't remember which flavors got me since I had a different one every day.
They said some of their sorbet and ice cream was GF, but it's manufactured in a place that also does wheat. And they reuse scoops between flavors so there is 100% chance of cross contamination.
Dine in or buy one of their drinking chocolate mixes for a special treat made from exclusive Venezuelan bittersweet chocolate. We like their Peppermint Stick Drinking Chocolate. While you are there – try their gluten-free macaroons.