Ladurée – The Best Place For Macarons In London!

Posted on April 4th, 2012 in Afternoon Tea,Places To Visit by Stephanie

Laduree

The famous French patisserie Ladurée can be found in London in Picadilly, Covent Garden and Cornhill (near Bank Station) with their original London tea salon in Harrods department store in Knightsbridge. All of their sleek boutique shops and cafes serve their iconic macarons as well as a selection of delightful cakes, pastries and tarts. You can either have them beautifully boxed and wrapped to take home or enjoy your sweets with a cup of tea relaxing in a plush sofa in the tearoom.

Laduree Harrods

I was shopping with a friend last week in Knightsbridge and we decided to have a tea break in the Ladurée in Harrods. Luckily being a weekday we didn’t have to wait long for a table because on weekends expect to be queueing for a long time! I opted for a scrumptious violet cupcake and an oolong tea infused with violet to wash it all down :)

Laduree Violet Cupcake And Macarons With Tea

If you’re a budding pâtissier or there isn’t a Ladurée near you, Ladurée have a book of recipes for their macarons and other sweets (Ladurée: Sucré: The Recipes) as well as a recipe book for their savoury offerings (Laduree: Savory: The Recipes).

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4 Comments »

Comment by Face
2012-04-05 08:59:20

ooo perfect 😉

 
Comment by uk custom essays
2012-04-06 20:36:55

Great so nice!

 
Comment by Turtle
2012-04-11 16:49:02

Yum – they look great! And what a cool shop as well – perfect location for those macarons!

 
Comment by Underwear
2012-07-30 13:58:25

I’ve never seen so many macarons in one palce lol! excellent idea!

 
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