Snack on Gourmet Brioche at La Régalade
If La Régalade sounds familiar, it’s because the original restaurant touched off a veritable dining revolution called bistronomy when chef Yves Camdeborde first opened it in 1992 in the far reaches of the 14th arrondissement. Bruno Doucet, an equally as talented chef, took over and eventually opened a second outpost in the high-end heart of the 1st arrondissement. The Conservatoire location is his third and sits inside the 5-star Hôtel de Nell. The newest addition to the offering is a proper afternoon snack hour (le goûter in local parlance) in the hotel’s library featuring Doucet’s iconic Grand Marnier soufflé and plated brioches from Goût de Brioche, Michelin-starred chef Guy Savoy’s brioche-only Parisian shop featuring varieties like praline rose, cashew and ginger confit, and chocolate-hazelnut.
By Lindsey Tramuta, AFAR Contributor
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