As days are growing shorter, and a cold wind has started to blow on the beautiful French capital, it seems the time has come to look for comfort in the soft cocoon Hôtel de Crillon is, and to enjoy the tasty Fall teatime by pastry chef Matthieu Carlin.
Served from 2:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., this sweet and savory break can be enjoyed as a late lunch or an early dinner before you head to the theater or movie theater before curfew, or even as a delicious and indulging break in the afternoon.
For €60 per person, the Lord’s Goûter includes a hot beverage served with sweet petits fours such as super regressive shortbreads and raspberry jam. This foretaste enables us to wait while the cooking staff fills the carts with 3 savory petits fours, 3 sweet petits fours, scones and flaky brioches to choose when ordering.
Classic tea, coffee of your choice or homemade hot chocolate
Lobster and lime brioche sandwich
Salmon waffle with seeds and avocado
Zucchini focaccia, organic cheese from Mr. Fabre
Grapefruit and wild pistachio mirliton tart
Hazelnut and praline creamy chocolate wafer
Pear and walnut wrap
Classic and fig-cranberry
Passion fruit and dulce de leche
Jam selection and clotted cream
The Fall teatime is served at the Jardin d’Hiver hôtel de Crillon, it is the perfect location to enjoy a relaxing break, a moment untouched by time to rest in peace and fall back into childhood with a fresh and super regressive snack that spares us from our daily worries.
Note that with Christmas around the corner, the chefs will provide a winter teatime and a miniature version of the delicious Enchanted Black Forest gateau, Mathieu Carlin’s yule log inspired by Black Forest gateau and themed on Perrault’s tales.
Dates and Opening Time
Starts 5 October 2020
Jardin d'Hiver du Crillon
10 Place de la Concorde
75008 Paris 8
Tea time, par personne: 60 €