Cuisine de France has opened a ‘Boulangerie de Noël’ pop up shop in Dublin’s city centre, giving shoppers the chance to “experience the ambiance of an authentic French Boulangerie” and enjoy some freshly baked treats.
The Boulangerie de Noël opened last weekend, on December 10th at 90 South Great Georges Street, and has been designed to offer shoppers an authentic French bakery experience.
Twelve different seasonal treats will be baked in store each day, including Cuisine de France’s Mince Shortcake and Brandy Mince Pies. Consumers are being invited to keep an eye on Cuisine de France’s social networks to learn the ‘Festive Phrase of the Day’ for a chance to win a baker’s dozen of holiday snacks.
This Christmas, Cuisine de France will also be supplying a special delivery of breads each evening for Focus Ireland’s and the Simon Community’s nightly soup runs.
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