Oct 10, 2010

Lovely Afternoon Tea at Joel Robuchon

One of the luxuries of visiting Asia is the unlimited number of afternoon tea places to pig-out. Of course without exception, I am doing just so now, and that is why I am  not visiting many of my bloggie friends as frequently. For this, I sincerely apologize. Anyhoo, ever since I visited L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon a few years ago in Las Vegas, I had been dying to try other venues belonging to the same group. SO, when gal pal suggested Salon de Joel Robuchon, how can this savvy gal resist, right?! The venue is luxurious and food, to die for. Need I say more?
Delicious macarons.... I will always order macaron whenever available.
My yummy fruit tart..... I got to share all these lovely desserts with gal pals. All the desserts are heavenly rich but not overly sweet. Have you ever visited a Joel Robuchon restaurant before and your thought?

16 comments:

  1. Lucky Gal -----

    What a lovely way to spend an afternoon. He was titled "Chef of the Century--- does not get better then that.

    Wish we had something as lovely as that here in the Pacific North West.

    Bon Appetit,
    Joanny

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  2. Looks such a great way to spend some time and delicious.

    xoxo

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  3. That looks so beautiful and elegant. I wish I were drinking tea in style like you are!

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  4. I'm a huge fan of Joel Robuchon and ate at his first important restaurant in Paris a million years ago. Everything looks yummy.

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  5. Looks so good! Never visited any of the Robuchon locations...but now i'm thinking I should!

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  6. oh my goodness i am so hungry right now! this looks amazing.

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  7. I see Joel Robuchon regularly on the French TV here in Paris and he seems so sweet too!

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  8. tea & macaroons? sounds like hte perfect afternoon!

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  9. Yum! This looks delish! : ) xx

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  10. Oh my goodness. Those look to die for! I'm now officially hungry. Looks like i may have to make a bakery run. I lobe how well the deserts are presented. Style always makes a big difference!

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  11. I love this man's restaurants. I am so looking forward to revisiting the one in Las Vegas in the very near future.

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