This year, the Easter composition from the Hotel Barrière Fouquet’s Paris celebrates the splendor of the City of Light. Anthony Coquereau, the Pastry Chef of the iconic Parisian Residence, has designed an elegant creation reminiscent of the famous Wallace fountains, essential symbols of the capital.

An ingenious creation, both delicious and delicate. Entirely made of dark chocolate, this delightful fountain features a clever opening mechanism. You simply have to pull a tab to release tasty chocolate pearls. The pearls are a delight thanks to their unique composition of milk chocolate with fleur de sel and dark chocolate with spirulina. This bold combination promises an exceptional gustatory experience. While the milk chocolate pearls with fleurde sel offer a tender comfort, the dark chocolate pearls with spirulina surprise with their subtle mineral touch.

The finesse of this creation will delight both children and adults alike. As well as being a delicious treat, this creation is also a delicate work of art faithfully recreating all the details of a Wallace fountain: the four caryatids are represented with precision, proudly carrying a magnificent dome adorned with a point.

At 31 years old, Anthony Coquereau joined the kitchen of the Hôtel Barrière Fouquet’s Paris in March 2022. Pastry Chef and Head of Research & Development at Ladurée. Chef de Partie atHotel Lutetia, and sous Pastry Chef at Terre Blanche Hotel Spa Golf Resort. Anthony Coquereau took up the position of sous Pastry Chef at Fauchon in 2019,before joining the teams at Publicis Drugstore Paris in 2020 as Pastry Chef. Having gained experience alongside someof the biggest names in French patisserie, such as Claire Heitzler, Gaetan Fiard and Francois Daubinet. Anthony Coquereau has been Pastry Chef at Patissier Hotel Fouquet’s Paris since March 2022.wherehe puts his talents to good use at the establishment’s two restaurants, the famous Brasserie Fouquet’s and restaurant Le Joy Paris.

Hotel Barrière Fouquet’s Paris remains a haven of peace, a cocoon tucked away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Its name is recognised across the globe – a legendary place set on two prestigious avenues, the most well-known of the two is considered to be one of the most beautiful in the world, les Champs-Elysées. The last luxury hotel in Paris to still belong to a French family, boasts a discreet and elegant design, a garden at the heart of the city, a spa and a large swimming pool. Never over the top or gaudy, it features terraces, alcoves and lounges all designed to stop time in its tracks… A near-perfect definition of authentic luxury. The hotel welcomes both Parisians and visitors from far and wide to its redesigned spaces, such as its restaurant Le Joy and its speakeasy Le Marta, for a truly Parisian experience that’s bang on trend. The Rooms and Suites offer a magnificent experience, including four Signature Suites boasting typical Parisian decor, as well as exceptional views over the Arc de Triomphe and the most beautiful avenue in the world.



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