This year, you will make an impression with Fauchon's magnificent signature yule log called "Bouche de Noël" and created by François Daubinet. As beautiful as delicious, this yule log based on Morello cherry flavors made the editorial board's hearts stopped.
From December 15, 2021 to March 2022, Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme chalet is back on its winter terrace. For this new edition, the winter chalet provides you with Jean-François Rouquette's cuisine with the famous raclette for dinner!
Le Cheval Blanc Paris is finally opening along with Plénitude, a gourmet restaurant managed by Michelin-starred chef Arnaud Donckele. Set on the first floor of the 5-star hotel, here is – in a nutshell – what one of the greatest new restaurants this Fall 2021 has to offer.
To accompany us until Christmas, La Maison du Chocolat came up with a spherical Advent calendar filled with chocolates. 24 chocolates thought up by Nicolas Cloiseau to enjoy one by one to wait from December 1 to 24, 2021!
Pierre Hermé fans, for this Christmas 2021, the father of macarons gathers his most beautiful chocolates in an advent calendar, a gift before time (for yule logs) likely to delight little and big gourmet eaters!
To celebrate the New Year 2022 with a change of scenery, head to the Hotel Castille in Paris and discover the Italian-inspired menu of the L'Assaggio, the hotel's gourmet restaurant. On the menu, indulging dishes with noble products created by Chef Vasyl in partnership with Michelin-starred Chef Ugo Alciati.
For Epiphany 2022, Shangri-La Paris pastry chef Maxence Barbot presents a very scrumptious Epiphany cake likely to be the ultimate pleasure. Anyone craving an incredibly crunchy cake mixing dark rum and buckwheat caramel?
Lutetia unveils its Epiphany Cake 2022 called “112 nuances de coco” (112 shades of coconut), a surprising and original cake likely to please curious people looking for something new. Created by pastry chef Nicolas Guercio, it gives pride of place to coconut with a very original and delicious creation.