By now, you’ve surely heard that Ireland’s beloved Cuisine de France has opened a special Pop-Up café serving up delicious French baked treats. La Petite Boulangerie, on Camden Street, is home to the Croffle, the delicious hybrid between a buttery croissant and much loved waffle, developed with pastry chef Louise Lennox and adorned with an array of tempting sweet and savoury toppings.
To celebrate Bastille Day, the French national holiday, La Petite Boulangerie by Cuisine de France is hosting a fantastic celebration of all things France with French music, an authentic menu and Parisian style caricaturist to entertain customers. Even the French Ambassador stopped by to soak up the atmosphere!
As well as the delicious menu items available throughout the pop-up duration, Cuisine de France have also created a signature Bastille Baguette which is available only on Friday 14th.
The best part? From 12pm today, the first 50 people in will enjoy an authentic Bastille Baguette on the house – a freshly baked Cuisine de France Le Parisien Demi Rustique baguette filled with delicious roast beef, reblochon and red onion marmalade to satisfy all Francophile cravings!
The pop-up, which opened this week and runs until 22nd July will also be serving their morning and afternoon menu as well as the renowned Croffle, which has taken Dublin by storm since it was revealed on Monday.
For more information visit www.cuisinedefrance.ie.