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Sweets: Laduree

by Krista

Img_2821_400Laduree, Harrods
87/135 Brompton Road
SW1X 7XL
Tel: 203 155 0111

Firstly, you never saw this picture. Because I wasn’t allowed to take it. Secondly, if I should pass from this world, I want nothing but Laduree macaroons served at my wake.

Well, maybe I should pick a happier thought…

When I find the gentleman I’m going to spend the rest of my life with–applications are being accepted, by the way. Finicky eaters need not apply— everyone at the wedding will get a little box of Laduree macaroons. Surely the most delicious things ever. Along with the Yauatcha ones, of course

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6 comments

Knut Albert February 27, 2008 - 11:36 am

I had a grumpy employee of the Whole Food supermarket diving down on me when I tried to take a photo of their lovely apples.

As if they were a secret.

As if you couldn’t conceal a camera in, say, …..a phone?

Su-Lin February 27, 2008 - 2:15 pm

Oooooh – I love love love Laduree’s macarons. Can’t say the same for Yauatcha’s though. I’m hoping to try Pierre Herme’s in Paris in a few months time!

Nicole Seitler February 27, 2008 - 9:48 pm

Ooo! What a pretty place! 😀

American in London February 27, 2008 - 11:10 pm

Great photo, especially considering you had to take it on the DL.

I second Su-Lin’s suggestion to visit Pierre Herme the next time you’re in Paris. [That said, when I was in Paris a few months ago, the line at the shop was too long so I skipped it.]

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Jill February 28, 2008 - 11:17 am

Yauatcha are equally fascist to people wishing to take photos in their restaurant, judging by the treatment I saw given to some people sitting at a table close to me (and they were only trying to take pictures of each other, not even of the food!). Clearly the creation of world-class macaroons is on a par with uranium processing, in international secrecy terms.

Miss English Rose July 30, 2009 - 4:02 pm

Louboutin & Laduree

The beautiful patisserie Laduree, famous for its pastel coloured macaroons is to collaborate with famous shoe designer Christian Louboutin on a selection of gift boxes. I haven’t been to the Burlington Arcade shop yet but it is now on my…

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