Christophe Michalak, bûche Noël

Christophe Michalak

Christophe Michalak, the “rock star” of French pastry, needs no introduction. His creations are still reinventing the gourmet experience.

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How can you experience fine gastronomy without breaking the bank? By focusing on dessert! His pastries can be enjoyed on their own for a few euros, even as they share all the delicacy and excellence of the finest gourmet meals.

Christophe Michalak built his reputation as the pastry chef of one of the most exclusive Parisian luxury hotels, Plaza Athénée, where for over fifteen years he prepared desserts for Alain Ducasse’s restaurant, rated three Michelin stars. Savouring a Michalak pastry is therefore a way to share in this legend.

The classics of the 2005 World Pastry Champion first captivate you with their formal perfection and elegance. They then thrill with their gustatory force, daring to pair flavours always that pop yet are always perfectly balanced. Knowing how to disrupt things to better cultivate the basics is a true essence of rock. All that’s left is to choose which of these little wonders to choose from: Pavlova, Religieuse, Paris-Brest, Ali Baba or “Kosmik” Chocolate Mousse?

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60, rue du faubourg poissonnière
75010 Paris 10ème

    Days and opening hours

    Every day throughout the year between 10 am and 7 pm. Closed on Sunday.



    Spoken languages

    • French
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    60, rue du faubourg poissonnière
    75010 Paris 10ème

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    • Delphine Michalak