Easter also goes for Easter egg. For Paris Mandarin Oriental, pastry chef Adrien Bozzolo came up with a real chocolate sculpture shaped like a camelia flower with clean lines.
Made of Grand Cru 70% dark chocolate, it hides inside its shell mendiants made of dark chocolate, almonds, hazelnuts, squash seeds and raisins as well as smooth palets made of Jivara 40% milk chocolate. So good!
Easter also goes for Easter brunch! To enjoy this family day as it should be, meet at Mandarin Oriental for a super sophisticated brunch cooked by famous chef Thierry Marx.
Served in the “Camelia” restaurant with a very natural and green décor, this brunch will give pride of place to seasonal produces and dishes such as organic egg, wild garlic blancmange and morels with tallow wine, or the hay-steamed lamb’s shoulder, potatoes with jus and snow peas French style.
But beyond the brunch that sounds exquisite, Mandarin Oriental also planned several entertainments for children! Of course, your toddlers can get the traditional egg hunt throw in the hotel garden in partnership with Tartine et Chocolat, and there’s a treasure to win! This egg hunt will be followed by a creative workshop.
Moreover, an educational farm will be set up in the hotel gardens! The occasion to pet some animals as well learning more about farm animals and get aware about protecting the fauna.
In other words, a very beautiful day ahead if you spend it at Mandarin Oriental.
To find out more, read the guides below:
On 21 April 2019
251 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
75008 Paris 8
Enfants: 58 €
Oeuf: 58 €
Adulte: 128 €
01 70 98 74 00