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Salon de the Mercredi

All photos are examples of today's snack course of 3,900 yen. Kawachi Bankan tart uses Kawachi Bankan from Ninomiya Farm in Ehime Prefecture. Refreshing Kawachi Bankan accented with the aroma and spiciness of Japanese pepper

Enjoy a snack course at Salon de thé Mercredi, which was built on Philosopher's Path

A French confectionery store based on the concept of "snacks" has opened along Philosopher's Walk. In addition to taking out baked goods and viennoiserie such as madeleines and pound cakes, you can also enjoy traditional French patisserie courses inside the store.

Salon de the Mercredi

Chef pastry chef Dumane Regis. Born in Chantilly, France. He came to Japan at the age of 23 and worked as a confectionery chef at a famous store. Appointed as a chef pastry chef in 2023 under the owner of Bogatei, with whom he had a close friendship.

``It's difficult to provide the flavor you want when taking out fresh sweets.That's why we want people to enjoy the in-store courses so that they can get the taste they really want,'' says chef pastry chef Dumane. Mr. Regis. A veteran chef who came to Japan 17 years ago and has been working on French sweets as a pastry chef has been lucky enough to work as the chief pastry chef on the 1st and 2nd floors of the general store [Hogatei].

Salon de the Mercredi

Madeleine on Wednesday. The first dish is a luxurious madeleine with the sweetness and aroma of honey. You can also purchase takeout here.

``The course begins with a madeleine that I remember making with my mother when I was a child.The secret to its deliciousness is that we put honey inside it after baking it,'' says the chef, who is planning on making the patisserie that will be served in the course. He carefully serves each dish himself, and explains in detail the ingredients used and how they are made.

Salon de the Mercredi

Paris Brest. Traditional French sweets. The choux pastry contains praline cream, buttery custard cream, etc.

"Many customers are curious about how they eat and how they make the food. I also want to show them my respect by explaining the people who make the ingredients." The course, which uses seasonal ingredients, is limited in quantity per day and comes with four sweets and a drink for 3,900 yen.

Salon de the Mercredi

  • salon de te mercurdy
  • Inside Hogatei Philosophy Path Shop, 86 Kaminandamachi, Jodoji Temple, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  • 7 minutes walk from bus stop "Jodoji"
  • Tel.075-771-5541
  • 11:00-17:00
    Salon 12:00-17:00
  • Irregular holidays
  • All seats non-smoking No private room No parking
  • https://www.instagram.com/mercredi_kyoto/
  • PHOTO/Taka Natsumi, TEXT/Maho Nomura
*Please note that the information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
*Since this site uses automatic translation, the translation may differ from the original Japanese content.


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