Cuisine de France today (10 July) opened first pop up cafe ‘La Petite Boulangerie’, in Dublin City Centre, which will run for the next two weeks.
Located at No.9, Camden Street, the menu features sweet and savoury Cuisine de France creations with particular emphasis placed on the Croffle which is a buttery French croissant, with the unique texture of a modern, waffle created in association with renowned pastry chef Louise Lennox.
According to Lennox, “Cuisine de France has a true understanding of the relationship between Irish people and French food, and you’ll see the menu embraces the best of both worlds, in particular the Croffle options which include some of our favourite fillings – black pudding, pulled pork, avocado and cheese, as well as sumptuous Nutella in the sweet variety."
The pop up café will also introduce a 'special menu addition' the French national holiday Bastille Day only' which takes place on this coming Friday.
Speaking at the launch, Shane Vaughan at Cuisine de France said, "We’re confident that the menu, which has been carefully created to strike a balance between existing, much-loved pastries and new, more daring creations, will have something for everyone, and we’re looking forward to exciting taste buds for the two weeks we are open."
‘La Petite Boulangerie’ will run from 10 - 22 July, daily from 8am – 3pm.
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