The best yule logs 2017 by palaces and luxury hotels in Paris
Every year, pastry chefs from luxury Parisian palaces make every effort to create the perfect yule log likely to fulfill your eyes and your taste buds. Sortiraparis is listing then the best yule logs 2017 by palaces in Paris!
From Four Seasons George V Holidays creation to Nolinski creation or by L'Hôtel du Collectionneur, discover the best yule logs 2017 by palaces and luxury hotels in Paris.
- Yule log 2017 by Four Seasons George V
Parisian palaces already are in the Christmas spirit and the best pastry chefs compete of boldness to present the most beautiful and the most delicious Yule Log. And this year, at the Hotel George V, the event took on a peculiar turn since the very young chef, Maxime Frédéric, and his team presented the very first creation of his promising career.
- Yule log 2017 by Yann Brys for Nolinski Paris
For the Holidays 2017, Nolinski Paris pastry chef Yann Brys offers us a very beautiful and exquisite gluten-free creation. This winter, let yourself be tempted by the “Plume de Noël” with no hesitation.
- Yule log 2017 by L’Hôtel du Collectionneur
Feel like discovering and tasting a beautiful looking and wonderfully good tasting yule log? Well then, head to L’Hôtel du Collectionneur to admire and devour the gourmet creation imagine for the Holidays by executive Chef Joël Veyssière and his pastry team, a yule log called “Douceur du Grand Nord”.
- Yule log 2017 by Nicolas Jaulmes for the Buddha-bar Hotel Paris
The Buddha-Bar Hotel Paris reveals its new and very lovely Christmas creation for the Holidays 2017: the “Boule de Noël” [Christmas Bauble].
- Yule log 2017 by La Réserve Hôtel Paris
“L’écorce” [the Bark]: this is the name of the sumptuous edition 2017 yule log created by two-starred chef Jérôme Banctel and his pastry chef Marc Lecomte for La Réserve Hôtel Paris.
- Yule log 2017 by The Peninsula Paris
For this Christmas 2017, the Peninsula Paris new pastry chef Dominique Costa offers us a delicious yule log with exotic flavors, a light and rather sour log likely to please the most gourmet eaters after a copious festive dinner!
Stay tuned to discover more logs by palaces!
Last updated on 21 November 2017