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Paul Lafayet (Hong Kong)- Artisanal Pastries in HK

When I was
in Tsim Sha Tsui in Hong Kong, I stumbled upon this French patisserie called Paul
Lafayet. One quick glance at the display case proved no match for my willpower
so I had no choice but to give some of their sweets a try. 😛 Luckily, I was
with my friend Trixie who also has quite a large appetite.

 
The main
reason we ‘stumbled’ upon this patisserie was because we noticed the crowd of
people in the front.
 
The sold a
variety of macarons and artisanal pastries. We took forever to choose because every
single dessert looked soooo delicious.
 
We decided
to share a
Passion Fruit macaron and Chocolate & Blueberry Dome. One
taste of the passion fruit macaron and it became my favourite macaron of all
time. I always though macarons tasted okay when I tried them at Thierry or
other high tea places, however, this one tasted really really delicious!
 

I came back
to Paul Lafayet on two separate occasions as I was in love with their desserts.
On my second visit, I bought a
Creme
Brulee
and another Chocolate &
Blueberry Dome
to go. The chocolate and blueberry dome was very velvety and
rich as it was covered in a deep dark chocolate ganache (my favourite).
 
The crème brulee
comes in a beautiful ceramic dish and if you order it to go, they give it to
you as well with no deposit fee.
 
On my third
visit, I ordered the crème brulee (again) because it was just. That. Good. My
one criticism would be the surface as I would have wanted a thicker layer of
sugar to ‘crack’.
 
The Chocolate Gold Dust Heart at first
looked super sketch because I didn’t know if it would taste good beneath all
that red colouring and gold dust. However, the mousse inside was actually
really good since they used 71% pure Venezuelan chocolate.
 
I thought
the
Lychee macaron (left) was a bit too
sweet and it failed to compare with the passion fruit macaron I had two visits
ago. The
Oolong macaron (right) on the other
hand was pretty good with deep tea flavours infused into the shell and a tasty
white chocolate oolong ganache inside.
 
Happy Eating!

5 thoughts on “Paul Lafayet (Hong Kong)- Artisanal Pastries in HK

  • September 24, 2012 at 10:41 am
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    OMG, it looks soo delicious! By the way,were those pastries expensive?(because the place looks quite fancy!)

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  • September 24, 2012 at 6:24 pm
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    Not really expensive compared to the pastries and desserts here ($5 CAD/US)? Is that expensive compared to the pastries in the Netherlands?

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  • September 25, 2012 at 6:01 am
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    You weren't kidding when you said you went here too! What did you end up doing with the ceramic dish?

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  • September 25, 2012 at 5:28 pm
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    Just washed and kept it for future homemade creme brûlée-ness 😀

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  • September 26, 2012 at 8:19 am
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    We would pay similar prices for those pastries and desserts, I think. You don't see many of these stores in the Netherlands tho. We have more of those "chocolate bon-bon" stores, which sell all kinds of little chocolates, but no creme-brulee or macarons. 😉

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