Ireland's newest pop-up store is helping customers celebrate Christmas the French way
Published 15/12/2015 | 15:22
Boulangerie de Noel offers festive French treats as part of Cuisine de France’s first ever specially designed, authentic pop-up shop.
Follow the alluring scent of freshly-baked festive treats on Dublin's South George's Street to Cuisine de France's brand new pop-up shop.
Boulangerie de Noel has been specially designed to offer customers an authentic French Christmas experience.
What's more French than the boulangerie? In Paris, bread is taken so seriously that at Christmas time it's not uncommon to see scores of people queuing outside their local boulangerie, desperate to get their hands on fresh loaves.
Inside Dublin's seasonal pop-up, you'll find the ingredients you need for festive delights such as elevenses, as well as freshly-baked bread and pastries straight from the oven.
12 different festive treats will be baked in store in the lead up to Christmas, including their limited edition selections: mince shortcake and brandy mince puffs.
They'll also offer customers the chance to purchase their indulgent Four Cheese Loaf, an award-winning bread that's perfect for sharing with the family this Christmas.
To make things extra special, Cuisine de France will be announcing special offers of their social media channels including the first baker’s dozen of the day, which will go free of charge to the first customer who can tell counter staff the Cuisine de France festive phrase of the day.
Boulangerie de Noel will be sharing the spirit of goodwill this Christmas by supplying a special delivery of breads each evening for Focus Ireland's and Simon Community's nightly soup runs.