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Buche De Noel at Un Dimanche a Paris

By Eyepreferparis88 @eyepreferparis

L'écorce de chocolat

The fabulous Un Dimanche a Paris, a concept shop, restaurant, and bar all about chocolate has a new collection of Christmas cakes and Buche de Noel for 2014.
Renewing an ancient tradition, Un Dimanche a Paris has gone back to the roots of the Buche de Noel, Un Noel en Foret (Christmas in the Forest) brings the log from the forest into the hearth. L’ecorce de Chocolat (chocolate bark) is filled with chocolate mousse and spiced mandarin cream and the shell or bark is made of streusel (crunchy chocolate biscuit).
Le Lactee Caramel Noisettes has milk chocolate and hazelnut shavings with an intense caramel center of milk chocolate cream and hazelnuts. It’s even gluten free.

La Lactée

La Blanche Exotique has a mountain of coconut snow with vanilla, mango, and Kalamansis, an exotic citrus fruit.

La Blanche Exotique

The Christmas Wreath, inspired by the Gifts of the Magi, is a delight of 13 desserts in one with chocolate and candied and dried fruit.
For after the holiday in January, La Galette de Roi (the Kings Cake) gets a royal twist. In a tribute to The Sun King, Louis XV, Un Dimanche a Paris was inspired to create a cake blessed from L’Orangerie at Versailles. It’s filled lemon confit mixed with almonds and hazelnuts.

La Galette du Roi-2

Below is the address to salivate over and to see these goodies in person.
4-8 Cour de Commerce Saint –Andre, 75006
Metro: Odeon

Christmas/Holiday Tour of Paris for 2014

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Paris is magical during the holidays and I am happy to announce a special Christmas/Holiday Tour of Paris for 2014. Clients will experience the marvelous shop windows, gleaming outdoor lights, beautifully decorated trees, and festive Christmas markets. The tour includes a visit to Galeries Lafayette and Printemps department stores, the Champs Elysees Holiday market, the yummy gourmet shops Fauchon and Hediard on Place Madeleine overflowing with delicious holiday goodies, and the rue St. Honoré, with designer shops Hermes and Lanvin. To warm up, we stop for an authentic hot chocolate at one of the top Paris chocolate shops.

Tour times 10AM-1PM or 2PM-5PM
Cost: 225 euros for 1-3 people, 75 euros each additional person. Hot chocolate is not included in price. Click here to book the tour or for more information.
Tours will be conducted everyday from December 20, 2014 to January 5, 2015 except on Christmas and New Years Day.

New! Eye Prefer Paris Cooking Classes
I am happy to announce the launch of Eye Prefer Paris Cooking Classes. Come take an ethnic culinary journey with me and chef and caterer Charlotte Puckette, co-author of the bestseller The Ethnic Paris Cookbook (with Olivia Kiang-Snaije). First we will shop at a Paris green-market for the freshest ingredients and then return to Charlotte's professional kitchen near the Eiffel Tower to cook a three-course lunch. After, we will indulge in the delicious feast we prepared along with hand-selected wines.
Cost: 185 euros per person (about $240)
Time: 9:30AM- 2PM (approximately 4 1/2 hours)
Location: We will meet by a metro station close to the market
Class days: Tuesday,Wednesday, Thursday,Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
Minimum of 2 students, maximum 6 students.
Click here to sign up for the next class or for more info.


I am pleased as punch to announce the launch of Eye Prefer Paris Tours, which are 3-hour walking tours I will personally be leading. The Eye Prefer Paris Tour includes many of the places I have written about such as small museums & galleries, restaurants, cafes & food markets, secret addresses, fashion & home boutiques, parks, and much more.

Tours cost 210 euros for up to 3 people, and 70 euros for each additional person. I look forward to meeting you on my tours and it will be my pleasure and delight to show you my insiders Paris.
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Click here to watch a video of our famous Marais tour

Buche de Noel at Un Dimanche a Paris

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