For his second Christmas at the palace, the pastry chef has come up with a crazy creation yule log named "La Cuillère à Miel" [The Honey Spoon].
Why this name? Simply because the bee was the symbol of the Bonaparte family that used to own the place, like with the master of the place, Prince Roland Bonaparte.
Maxence Barbot has been inspired by this symbol to create an indulging and convivial yue log likely to enliven your Holiday tables.
What about flavors? Maxemnce Barbot shines a light on his Breton background and serves a yule log mixing honey and buckwheat. Therefore, the inside is filled with chopped raw hazelnuts and crunchy buckwheat. The glazing is made of dark chocolate and displays magnificent and sparkling curves. Each disc of the spoon is made of an entremets filled with layers of buckwheat honey mousse, Joconde cake sprinkled with Piedmont hazelnut and buchwkeat. Add to this a nice and fresh touch with candied yellow lemon, and this is heaven.
Note that Shangri-La Hotel Paris' La Cuillère à Miel, serving 8 to 10, costs €108. To collect at La Bauhinia from December 19 to 25, 2021 included by calling 72hours prior +33(0)153671991 or emailing email@example.com. Edition limited to 50 cakes.
In other words, this is a sure bet if you are looking for an exceptional yule log.
Happy Holidays 2021 to all of you!
Dates and Opening Time
From 1 December 2021 to 25 December 2021
La Bûche 8/10 personnes: €108
En vente à emporter auprès du restaurant La Bauhinia du 7 au 27 décembre 2020 en appelant 72 heures à l'avance au 01 53 67 19 91