This floral wall was designed by Nicolas Gilsoul for the tenth anniversary of the exhibition “Jardins, Jardin”. Moreover, the cups are from Villeroy & Boch (Manoir tasse à café sans soucoupe).
Photo source : garancejardin.canalblog.com
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L’Osmanthe is a pretty and peaceful tea room where we can taste ravishing and delicious pastries. The Chef Fang Jin realizes marvellous French pastries and creates original cakes with Asian flavours (matcha, green tea…). I degusted the fruity and slight … Continue reading
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Nina’s was orginally a perfume distillery company founded in 1672 by Pierre Diaz. This firm was the supplier of fragrances for King Louis XIV and the Court of Versailles. The Queen Marie-Antoinette liked particulary the lavender and rose fragrances. Today, … Continue reading
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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
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La Patisserie des rêves is my favourite pastry shop ever. This pastry house was created by the pastry chef Philippe Conticini and Thierry Teyssier in 2009. La pâtisserie des rêves revisits and modernizes the classic French pastries : the Paris-Brest, … Continue reading