Fun at the Peninsula
At the Peninsula Paris , we do not talk about tea-time, but the Tea Time. Whatever the name is, this magnificent snack is served in the Lobby under the golds and the frescoes of the grand salon of the hotel. Here, Laurent Poitevin, the pastry chef of the house, works in full discretion to the creation of genuine marvels. His pastries are all in finesse and delicacy, while magnifying the best seasonal products. Mixing sweet flavors tinged with Asian notes, this afternoon tea is gargantuan. But you can easily let yourself go as his cakes are light, tasty and, for some imagined with some humor. For Easter, the chef has devised a variation on the theme of the egg which is reflected both in original salty than fun sweet, such as this gastronomic Oreo biscuit or egg biscuit, topped with whipped cream and wood strawberries. To take yourself for a big kid.