Wednesday, 28 December 2011

Wednesday Doorway: Noël chez Darras

Actually, it isn't a door. It's a look through an open door. I have already taken you to Darras Pâtisserie several times, here and here. This year's decoration is just gorgeous don't you think? Last year's fantastic façade can be seen here.

Non, évidemment ce n'est pas une porte mais la vue par une porte ouverte. Je vous ai déjà emmenés à la pâtisserie Darras ici et ici. La déco cette année est très réussie, vous ne trouvez pas ? La fabuleuse façade transformée pour les fêtes l'an passé, c'était ici.

28 comments:

Olivier said...

sympa la presentation avec l'arbre.

Dianne said...

I would love to visit this Patisserie - it looks amazing.
what is your favorite thing to buy here Ciel ?

Woody said...

Eye pastry (as opposed to eye candy)! Those are some cool decorations and the treats look really yummy.

Robert Geiss said...

Eine Wohltat für die Sinne. Danke. Einen guten Mittwoch dir.

Jack said...

Excellent, Ciel!

bfarr said...

Very inviting. I would shop there...

akarui said...

Belle photo festive.
Je fais a nouveau quelques essais avant de t'ecrire.

Bob Crowe said...

It's quite magical. I am in wonder that such high quality pâtisseries continue to exist in France. Who wants and can afford their beautiful wares today? Nothing like them here except in the biggest cities.

Randy said...

It's absolutely beautiful.

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

I am sure the food is great too ...

cieldequimper said...

@ Dianne: violet éclairs!

Bergson said...

attention à pas prendre l'arbre en ressortant

Cergie said...

Et ben la boutique est grande pour ce que j'en vois. Notre boulanger a fait un effort aussi cette année du coup on ne sait plus trop où mettre les pieds, la partie clients c'est comme une entrée.
(Je suis un peu barbouillée sans avoir fait d’excès alors pour la bûche de Darras j'attendrai un peu...)

joo said...

Door or not it's a lovely photo, Ciel!
By the way, when I took the photo in this shop in Krakow, I was almost sure that you would like it so I'm really pleased you do:)

brattcat said...

yes, they've created a silvery fantasy.

Malyss said...

Hehe, moi aussi je montre de bonnes choses aujourd'hui..
On est gourmande ou on l'est pas , hein! :o)

VP said...

In this sweet case we will gladly forgive you for the missing door!

Thérèse said...

Quelle delicatesse dans les couleurs. Cela donne bien sur envie d'y entrer et de s'offrir quelques douceurs.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Deliciously whimsical Ciel..Hmmm violet eclairs, oh my how can I even possibly THINK about it, after the amount of sweet food I've eaten in the last three days!!

Lowell said...

It's surreal and very beautiful! I'd never want to leave. Just fill my cup with coffee and my plate with pastries and I'd be a happy camper!

T. Becque said...

Yes gorgeous and are those good things to eat back there? I still dream of pasteries from France!

Birdman said...

Stunning! I'll say.

JM said...

So, this is the place of the most beautiful and yummy cakes ever! :-)

Regina K said...

Oh I can smell the wonderful aroma as we step into this store. I would love to visit this place.

Joan Perry; Sidewalk Curator said...

It looks so lovely! If they put as much work in their pastries as their decorating it must be a wonderful place.

Kaori said...

That tree is amazing...feels like stepping into a different world :D

Virginia said...

Oh I love all the gorgeous decorations you've shared. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and a grand new year!
V

Sharon said...

The decorations are gorgeous! Looking through your holiday posts has given me such a warm feeling - I love your colorful festive photographs.

Sharon