The 4-star hotel Le Mathurin, located in Paris 8th , is now serving to its customers the gastronomic products from Dalloyau’s.
The residents of the hotel can enjoy them in their room, as part of the « room service » : bass stew with pesto, parmentier of confit duck served with mashed potatoes with ceps …
At tea-time, the lounges of the Mathurin are open to the public. Paris enthusiasts or loving couples are welcome to taste the fine delicacies from Dalloyau, House of rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. Typical French pastries await you : the mythical Opéra, chocolate éclair, lemon pie or macaroons.
To discover this spring’s macaroons, visit one of the eight Dalloyau stores. The first one, “Melon-Calisson”, associates Dalloyau almond paste to a heart of melon pulp. The second one, “Griotte-Spéculoos”, combines cherry cream to the so-trendy speculoos … For gift packs, with any of Dalloyau’s products, count between 22 and 85euros. Want a taste ? The House proposes five tea rooms, one of whom at 101, rue du Faubourg Sant-Honoré, which is also a restaurant.
Dalloyau : from generation to generation for 330 years
Christelle Bernardé and Stéphane Raymond-Bernardé, co-presidents of the House, have succeeded to their mother, Nadine Gavillon. Since the orchestration of sumptuous celebrations and banquets of Louis XIV, Dalloyau has used its skills to create pastries, chocolates and cooked dishes. Yann Brys, “Meilleur ouvrier de France” of 2011, is part of the current team. Rich of this heritage, Dalloyau has been a member of the Colbert committee since 2001, a body which gathers luxury houses, symbol of the French lifestyle and know-how. The House is also a member of the association Relais Dessert, which brings together the greatest names of the international stage of patisserie.
Nathalia Bienvenu-Kapferer, Mai 2012
Translation : Julie Carpentier
Photos credits : Le Mathurin