Paris restaurant offers dessert inspired by jeweler Mauboussin

Sunday, February 2nd, 2014. Filed under: Beauty & Style Food & Dining Home & Garden
The restaurant at the Renaissance Paris Vendôme hotel offers an edible version of Mauboussin's iconic ring. ©All rights reserved

The restaurant at the Renaissance Paris Vendôme hotel offers an edible version of Mauboussin’s iconic ring.
©All rights reserved

(Relaxnews) – Luxurious hotel the Renaissance Paris Vendôme will soon offer guests of its Pinxo restaurant the chance to savor a dessert designed to resemble Mauboussin’s iconic “L’Oeuvre Noire” ring.

Head chef Mathieu Robillard and pastry chef Bryan Esposito have concocted an exquisite treat with blackcurrants, chocolate and pralines. The creation is adorned with a dark chocolate disk stamped with Mauboussin’s famous star logo.

“L’Oeuvre Noire,” the dessert, will be on the menu at Pinxo from February 15 to April 15 at the price of €15.

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