Easter also goes for Easter egg. For Paris Mandarin Oriental, pastry chef Adrien Bozzolo came up with a real chocolate sculpture shaped like a Japanese bonsai tree.
Inspired by Miyazaki's movies where nature full of symbols is given pride of place, the pastry chef created Chisana Ki, a "small tree" in Japanese that invites to dream and good food and available from April 4 to 13, 2020.
From its gigantic seed made of 70% Grand Cru dark chocolate filled with crispy praline candies grow a trunk and branches made of blond Dulcey chocolate, on which grow leaves made of crispy praline chocolate... What a delight!
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 free range lamb, steamed snow peas, spring onion and taggiasche olive jus, or soft-boiled egg, bacon from Bigorre, watercress cream and Beaufort cheese emulsion..
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, and there’s a treasure to win!
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:
Dates and Opening Time
From 4 April 2020 to 13 April 2020
251 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
75008 Paris 8
Brunch enfant: €64
Brunch adulte: €128