Butterfly pâtisserie: the new sweet counter of the Crillon hotel

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The Crillon, one of the most famous palaces in France, wants to attract a more eclectic public. To this end, it has just opened a pastry shop with colorful creations, called the Butterfly Pâtisserie.

 

The centuries-old Crillon Hotel is located on the mythical Place de la Concorde. Wanting to reinvent itself and attract a new clientele, the neo-classical style palace has just unveiled a pastry shop, which houses sweet and colorful creations to die for. They are signed by the establishment’s pastry chef, Matthieu Carlin.

 

Given the success of the various desserts offered for years in front of the hotel, the chef and the managers of the establishment decided to open this Butterfly pâtisserie, some time after the opening of the brasserie. This pastry shop with a thousand delights has taken up residence in the former souvenir store of the palace.

 

 

The craze for pastries and the success of the sale, in front of the hotel, of ice creams, chouquettes, gingerbread and hot chocolate or Christmas tea according to the seasons reinforced our idea that we should have a pastry store in the heart of our establishment,” says Matthieu Carlin says in the columns of Le Parisien.

 

On site or to go

 

From the Ritz to the Crillon Hotel, via the Shangri La, the pastry chef knows the starred restaurants well. In this new boutique, he offers a selection of classic pastries as well as unique creations.

 

 

 

Seasons, colors, tastes and visuals: everything is gathered to make you fall in love, like a lace crepe! Prices vary according to the tasting. You can find them to take away for 12 euros. But, for the amateurs of great luxury, it is also possible to consume them in the boudoir fitted out behind the boutique of the Palace, for a slightly more… salty addition.

 

The decoration of the place is in the image of the palace: chic and refined. Marble shelves and tables, patterned wallpaper on the walls, large windows that let in natural light, everything is gathered to spend a pleasant moment.

 

The chef also proposes filled madeleines “in agreement with the drinks” and adds that the menu will evolve “according to the seasons“.

 

The month of April means Easter. And to celebrate this sweet and chocolatey period, the Parisian chef has imagined an Easter egg, sculpted in a Macé chocolate, straight from Brazil as well as a red quinoa praline. The whole is accompanied by caramelized puffed white quinoa. If you want to taste this singular chocolate egg, you will have to pay 90 euros.

 

 

For all the dessert lovers out there, don’t wait any longer before discovering this iconic place filled with history and now, desserts!

 

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The Crillon, one of the most famous palaces in France, wants to attract a more eclectic public. To this end, it has just opened a pastry shop with colorful creations, called the Butterfly Pâtisserie.

 

The centuries-old Crillon Hotel is located on the mythical Place de la Concorde. Wanting to reinvent itself and attract a new clientele, the neo-classical style palace has just unveiled a pastry shop, which houses sweet and colorful creations to die for. They are signed by the establishment’s pastry chef, Matthieu Carlin.

 

Given the success of the various desserts offered for years in front of the hotel, the chef and the managers of the establishment decided to open this Butterfly pâtisserie, some time after the opening of the brasserie. This pastry shop with a thousand delights has taken up residence in the former souvenir store of the palace.

 

 

The craze for pastries and the success of the sale, in front of the hotel, of ice creams, chouquettes, gingerbread and hot chocolate or Christmas tea according to the seasons reinforced our idea that we should have a pastry store in the heart of our establishment,” says Matthieu Carlin says in the columns of Le Parisien.

 

On site or to go

 

From the Ritz to the Crillon Hotel, via the Shangri La, the pastry chef knows the starred restaurants well. In this new boutique, he offers a selection of classic pastries as well as unique creations.

 

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The Crillon, one of the most famous palaces in France, wants to attract a more eclectic public. To this end, it has just opened a pastry shop with colorful creations, called the Butterfly Pâtisserie.

 

The centuries-old Crillon Hotel is located on the mythical Place de la Concorde. Wanting to reinvent itself and attract a new clientele, the neo-classical style palace has just unveiled a pastry shop, which houses sweet and colorful creations to die for. They are signed by the establishment’s pastry chef, Matthieu Carlin.

 

Given the success of the various desserts offered for years in front of the hotel, the chef and the managers of the establishment decided to open this Butterfly pâtisserie, some time after the opening of the brasserie. This pastry shop with a thousand delights has taken up residence in the former souvenir store of the palace.

 

 

The craze for pastries and the success of the sale, in front of the hotel, of ice creams, chouquettes, gingerbread and hot chocolate or Christmas tea according to the seasons reinforced our idea that we should have a pastry store in the heart of our establishment,” says Matthieu Carlin says in the columns of Le Parisien.

 

On site or to go

 

From the Ritz to the Crillon Hotel, via the Shangri La, the pastry chef knows the starred restaurants well. In this new boutique, he offers a selection of classic pastries as well as unique creations.

 

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