Spring Break Afternoon Tea at Ladureeby
Enjoy a slice of Paris in Downtown Vancouver this Spring Break when you visit world-renowned French pâtisserie Ladurée. They have just unveiled several offerings to celebrate the changing seasons including a Spring Break Special Afternoon Tea for two, a Kids’ Menu, and new cakes by Pastry Chef Eulalie Hermand.
Spring Break Afternoon Tea at Laduree
When: March 12 to 28, 2021
Where: 1141 Robson St, Vancouver & Carriage Pop-Up inside Holt Renfrew
Reserve: Book your table online through Open Table or call (604) 336-3030
The Ladurée Spring Break Afternoon Tea ($65 for two) for both adults and kids, features a special assortment of macarons, a choice of tea-sized cakes (Ispahan, Religieuse, Plaisir), savoury mini croissants, a pair of financiers and madeleines served with Chantilly, fruit salad, and a choice of warm beverage (tea, coffee, hot chocolate). Reservations are required.
The Kids’ Menu officially launches on March 12, 2021. Delicious and fun dishes include a Happy Face French Toast, savoury Mac & Cheese, Mini Croissant Sandwich (filling choices include ham, Emmental cheese, ham, tomatoes, cucumbers) with veggie sticks and whipped cream cheese dip, desserts, ice cream, and more. Kids will also be offered a colouring book and crayon set at the table.
New cakes by Chef Hermand include the Elysée Matcha, which features beautiful layers of chocolate biscuit, hazelnut praline crisp, white chocolate matcha cremeux, delicate matcha sponge, matcha mousse delicately coated with matcha glaze and decorated with a hazelnut and a gold leaf touch.
Another new addition is Ladurée’s classic Raspberry Chocolate Tart, filled with raspberry dark chocolate (Valrhona 64% Manjari) cremeux and a light flourless chocolate biscuit. It is finished with a dark chocolate disc and velvety quenelle. All cakes are available in individual and large sizes.
Seasonal macarons on the menu include hazelnut, matcha and almond lucuma, and caramel banana.
In addition, an exquisite selection of macarons, cakes, pastries, chocolates, tea, delicatessen goods, gifts, and accessories are available for enjoyment at home through online ordering with local delivery or curbside pick-up.
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Wow, Since when did we have a Laduree in Vancouver!? I have been to the one in Paris, can’t wait to come for tea.