For his first solo patisserie, Kévin Lacote, a talented Parisian pastry chef and former guarantor of Yannick Alléno’s Library-Patisserie at Sofitel Paris Le Faubourg, decided to come to Wagram, an area lacking sweet offer, according to the chef.
His team, with Aurore Pelier Cady, former sous-chef at Un Dimanche à Paris, Vincent Countant from Maison Gérard Mulot and Jean, a Ferrandi apprentice, is busy preparing the dozen pastries proposed on the menu, in a lab open to gourmet people thanks to the glass wall!
In his patisserie, we find classics such as the Saint Honoré (with pecan, please), the chocolate éclair, the Millefeuille dressed on order “to guarantee the best freshness, the best crispiness as well as the perfect smoothness of the cream” as well as creations such as the chocolate and tonka bean Coumarine, the Solognote apple pie, without forgetting the viennoiseries (including a delicious apple turnover), cakes, financiers, madeleines, cookies and Churros remining us of his childhood fair, La Foire du Trône, and his apprenticeship at Yannick Alléno in Dubai.
Open all day long, his tea room is a relaxing place where we feel at home. Kévin Lacote loving gourmet breakfasts, he offers a nice menu with French toast, muesli, granny smith, a hot drink and a freshly squeezed fruit juice for €12!
If his pastries are made to be enjoyed on the spot – the chef providing a detox drink to make us relax – Kévin Lacote doesn’t forget large meals and you can find big entremets for 4 to 6 persons for €28, to be ordered in advance.
From me to you, the chef already plans to provide pastry classes, we’ll keep you posted!
KL patisserie, Kévin Lacote’s tea room
Address: 78 avenue de Villiers – 75017 Paris
Opening hours: 8:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. from Tuesday to Friday, 9:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. on Sunday
Rates: €6.5 for pastries, €2-3 for viennoiseries
78 Avenue de Villiers
75017 Paris 17
M° 3 Wagram
Horaires : 8h30-19h30 du mardi au vendredi, 9h30-19h30 samedi, 9h30-18h30 dimanche