Thursday, March 24, 2011

Fashion Café Pouchkine at Le Printemps


A few weeks ago I went on a day trip to Paris.
Paris is a 4/5 hour drive away from me so I try to visit it
as much as I can. With only one day, I, of course,
spent it shopping!
Avenue Montaigne, Avenue des
Champs-Élysées
and not to forget the Printemps.


While I was at the Printemps (a luxury department store),
I had lunch at Fashion Café Pouchkine.


Pouchkine is a legendary café normally based in Moskou.
It has opened up a pâtisserie on floor -1 of the Printemps.
Russian gourmet food meets Parisian elegance.


In celebration of fashion week, pastry chef Emmanuel Ryon has
created several haute pastries inspired by fashion houses
such as Chloé, Dries van Noten and more.


If you'll remember last year I ate at the exact same place
at Ladurée's Alice In Wonderland Tea Party.


Located between the escalators of the store, Pouchkine
has created an elegant little café.

Fashion Café Pouchkine


The walls are covered with Russian decor and beautiful bags.

Fashion Café Pouchkine


Glittery Eiffel Towers light up the scene.

Fashion Café Pouchkine


The pâtisserie counter is drool-worthy.
(so is the cute waiter, shhh, don't tell anyone)

Fashion Café Pouchkine


I ordered a Rose Pouchkine.

Rose Pouchkine


From the outside, it looks like a delicate white chocolate flower.

Rose Pouchkine


From the inside, a pistachio biscuit with an orchard fruit compote
and a light mousse makes you knees weak.

Rose Pouchkine


On the Viennoiseries menu, I ordered a blueberry brioche.

Blueberry Brioche & Café au Lait


Sweet brioche bread with almonds and a luscious blueberry filling.

Blueberry Brioche


Topped it off with a Café au Lait.

Café au Lait


And, as a souvenir to bring home with me, I picked up a box
of macarons at Ladurée's macaron counter.

Top: Lemon - Orange Blossom - Rose.
Bottom: Salted Caramel - Raspberry - Green Apple.

Ladurée Macarons


If you're in Paris, Fashion Café Pouchkine is definitely to be recommended,
but keep in mind that this “pop up” café will only be at the Printemps till March 26.


Au Revoir,

10 comments:

Francy said...

WOW!!! It's AMAZING!!! Love Macarons!
Xo Xo
Francy
www.labarbeapapa-francy.blogspot.com

VMcreation-fashion-studio-atelier said...

OMG...............You are very,very,very HAPPY girl:-)))*

It looks SOooooooooooo amazing and it sounds also FANTASIC!!!

Paris is one of the mostly inspirational city in the world!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hugs from Amsterdam,
***Violetta***

besswess said...

This could possibly be the most mouthwatering post!

Mavi said...

You're soo lucky! I'm green with envy.
If your blog weren't so pretty, I wouldn't even visit it; because I almost (almost) hate you. How come you have such a perfect life?
4/5 hours away from Paris!
That's what I call perfection!
Anyway, lovely post, great blog. I love it all.
XX
Mavi.-

Grammy Goodwill said...

How fortunate you are to live so close to Paris. For me, it's a dream trip and I've followed my dream twice. That will probably be it for my lifetime. I love your blog for these sneak peeks.

Kori said...

Oh my. That looks delicious. I can't believe your 4-5 hours away from Paris. So jealous! Have a great day honey!

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designchic said...

Wonderful images and macaroons...my favorite!!

TimbarikaDoll said...

Wow!! Looks amazing, love all the displays and of course the food looks to die for, I would have spent a lot of time tasting everything, happy you enjoyed!! Wish you a great weekend!! xx

Bojana B. said...

I simply adore this post.!!!Following you on both of your blogs.! :)
XOXO

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Carmie of the Single Nester said...

All of your photos are just breathtaking and scrumptious.