The gold bowls (ZEN) and the tea pots (LUCKY STAR and BRÛLE PARFUM) are from Mariage Frères. In addition, the bookcase dates from the 19th century and is in speckled mahogany and gilt bronze. Besides, the red silk peonies are from Wayfair … Continue reading →
The cottage is a charming tea house with a shabby style. The soft colors, the ancient objects, the lovely details (hearts…) give to this place a cosy, peaceful and Bristish atmosphere. The cakes are homemade and savoring. I tasted the waffle and it was very tasty. The tea comes from the Dammann Frères tea house. I degusted the delicious vanilla black tea. Besides, it is well located, it is near to the Bon marché (famous department store in Paris).
The cottage is located 8 rue de Commaille 75007 Paris.
Closed to the Tuileries, there is the wonderful and refined pastry and tea house “Sébastien Gaudard”. We can degust delicious traditional French pastries and savouring tea. Sébastien Godard is one of my favourite pastry chef in Paris. The decoration is … Continue reading →
Sadaharu Aoki is a reputed Japanese pastry maker. The Japanese flavours (black sesame, matcha…) add a Japanese touch to French pastries (eclairs, puff cakes, Opera…). My favourite pastry is the black sesame eclair. It is delicious!
I tasted also the matcha puff cake and It was very tasty. Matcha is a traditional Japanese green tea which is made from powdered green tea leaves. Besides, i savoured a delicate genmaicha tea (Japanese tea made from roasted tea leaves and toasted rice).
I went to the Aoki’s shop located 56, boulevard de Port-Royal 75005 paris. There are others shops in Paris.
The official website : http://www.sadaharuaoki.com
I discovered this beautiful and delicious pastry shop when i walked on the hill of Montmartre in Paris. The decoration and the pastries are very refined. The chandelier, the madeleine printed wallpaper and the door handle in the form of … Continue reading →
Yamasaki is a Franco-Japanese tea room and pastry shop in Paris. The French pastries are revisited with the Japanese spirit. The pastries are colorful, delicious and sophisticated. The tea comes from the tea house Betjeman and Barton. It is located … Continue reading →