Café Kitsuné Louvre turns into an evolutive pastry bar

Published by My B., Caroline J. · Photos by My B. · Published on 5 February 2022 at 12h00
Café Kitsuné Louvre - the magnificent café at the gates of the Jardin du Palais Royal evolves and become a new spot for pastry lovers. With the recent opening of its upper floor with views on the gorgeous fountain of the Théâtre Français, enjoy it to have a seat and have an indulging moment with latte and sweet treats.

How about mixing tasty teas and pastries? The Café Kitsuné Louvre that opened first in 2019 unveils a new pastry concept by opening their upper floor initially devoted to the restaurant.

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As a matter of fact, since January, the 67-seat floor with views on the Place André Malraux is open again and now delights foodies looking for tasty pastries to enjoy.

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Therefore, the Café Kitsuné Palais Royal has decided to team up monthly with a new famous or emerging pastry chef. Enjoy classic creations or exclusive ones, alongside tasty coffees, teas and homemade chai.

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The first one to start this collaboration is chef Kévin Lacote who - for your information - has an exquisite tearoom-bakery called KL Pâtisserie. For the place, he has come up with a lovely selection including ultra-smooth pistachio Paris-Brest, Mont-Blanc with blueberry confit and Swiss meringue, and the Alfonso, a revisited cheesecake with fresh mango and coconut crumble. Also on the menu, hazelnut shortbread and Café Kitsuné praline, and a moist almond cake with yuzu confit as exclusive creations.

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Of course, we had them all over a nice cup of coffee or latte with different plant-based milks. For us, it was golden and matcha latte with oat and soy milk, we love it.

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This February welcomes wonderful creations by Philippe Conticini whose scrumptiousness needs no further introduction. Then will come creations by Johana Roques, Hélène Deguen and Aurélien Cohen!

In other words, we are not done indulging ourselves at the Café Kitsuné Louvre! How about enjoying a sweet break after visiting the Colonnes de Buren?

Practical information

Dates and Opening Time
Starts 7 January 2022

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    Location

    2 Place André Malraux
    75001 Paris 1

    Recommended age
    For all

    Official website
    www.maisonkitsune.com

    Booking
    www.maisonkitsune.com
    01 40 15 99 65

    More informations
    Ouvert tous les jours de 8h30 à Minuit

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