Friday, 15 March 2013

French flair in Brighton..

A new Patisserie is in place in Brighton in recent weeks and lovely it is too.

Boutique Salon du The - Chef/Patron of Cocoa Patisserie - but with very different styling. Situated in upmarket Duke St it differs from the usual Brighton fare as it looks decidedly French. Minamilist, clean with a long, large glass counter above which hangs stunning coloured pendant lights highlighting a fabulous rainbow selection of macaroons below, 24 flavours encompassing delights such as tonka bean, passionfruit and lychee with raspberry. Sitting alongside are a selection of small cakes and pastries with typical French flourish.

There is seating upstairs where you can select savouries from the menu with a varied selection of leaf teas and coffee.Presentation is a visual treat, glass teapots and tap water served in beautiful glasses coloured sherbert pink and lime green, with top up hot water for your tea in a metal flask.The staff all seem to be French adding to the authenticity.

Come the warmer weather you can sit outside and people watch..

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