A real institution in western Paris since 1984, the boutique located on rue Poncelet, offers a wide selection of cheeses and high quality extra-fresh products (butter, eggs, raw cream, cottage cheeses, yoghurts, mozzarella, etc...) in a light wood setting designed by the Italian Creative Laboratory AMlab.
The designer story between Sylvie Amar & Partners and Hippolyte Courty de l’Arbre à Café continues with a new collaboration. After having designed «Revelation», the world’s best espresso cup elected by the SCAE - Speciality Coffee Association of Europe in 2015, he unveils the flagship of l’Arbre à Café.
He has created a real brand : the pastry chef Yann Couvreur does not hesitate to call on designers, such as Sébastien Servaire to draw his Christmas log. In his boutiques, depending on the day, you can taste compositions “à la minute” in daring superimpositions of textures and flavours. Opening in 2016, his first boutique on Avenue Parmentier offers “pastry runaways” starting at 12 noon.
After several months of renovation the iconic café Le Nemours reopens its doors with a new menu and a new design. The architect Michael Malapert restores it’s youth with clearer and more opened architecture while preserving) the spirit of a café so typical in Paris.
The concept behind 60 faubourg Poisson- nière, Christophe Michalak’s cusine masterclass school, has evolved: not only an extra classroom has been added but the Take away has turned into a veritable patisserie, resulting in a greater variety of cakes on offer.
In a 70’s conserved décor, the architect Marcelo Joulia has made the most of this former butchers and turned it into a restaurant that everyone is talking about. Perfectly chosen meat is from Argentina while the cellar boasts wines from Argentina and Chili that are as modern as the modern and authentic design : armchairs by Ray & Charles Eames, a table by Norman Foster and a range of butcher’s accoutrements.