Posts Tagged ‘Chocolate’

May 16, 2008 8

Demel (Vienna: Hofburg Imperial Palace)

By in Vienna

The sausages revived our energy, but we were thinking of cakes. After hitting several tourist sights (including following the Royal Band marching into the Castle, saved our trouble finding directions), we dashed to one of Vienna’s most famous cake shop before its closing time. So there was a bitter rivalry story about Vienna’s signature chocolate […]

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March 25, 2008 Off

L’Artisan Du Chocolat (3rd/Virgil)

By in 05: Silver Lake + Echo Park

Beautiful chocolates from a Chocolate shop located at the most unexpected place (inbetween Silver Lake and Koreatown). The flavors are unconventional (ie spicy Mayan, Bacon, Korean garlic). They made great gifts. L’Artisan Du Chocolat 3364 W 1st St.. Los Angeles, CA 90004 Neighborhood: Silver Lake


February 21, 2008 3

Boule (La Cienega)

By in 09: Weho

Valentine gave us excuse to indulge in the quality but pricey French sweets at patisserie Boule (see our old entry). 12 Pieces Gift Box $28. You can select from their many flavors they offer. We choose all of the tea flavor ones (Oolong, Jasmine, Earl Grey, etc). I have to admit I prefer chocolate in […]

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October 26, 2007 10

La Table de Joel Robuchon (Paris: 17e )

By in 01: Paris, Favorite Food Entries

I guess as foodies we should have experienced L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon, but we went to La Table instead because, *drum roll*, it has a 55 euro prix fixe menu: 4 courses + a bottle of wine (!!) for lunch which is a steal that can’t be beat in Paris, or LA/NY…at least I haven’t […]

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October 9, 2007 3

Angelina (Paris: Tuileries Quarter)

By in 01: Paris

We’re still at Paris, the internet is not stable but I can’t wait to update the blog. Even though we were exhausted and jet-lagged after we got off the plane, we wasted no time and headed for this beautiful La Belle Epoque style tea salon that has been in existence since 1903. The sweets are […]

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