Cuisine de France brings ‘Boulangerie de Noel’ to Dublin
Cuisine de France's pop-up shop is giving consumers an opportunity to check out the company's limited edition festive treats
14 December 2015 | 0
Cuisine de France has baked up something special this Christmas! Shoppers are invited to experience the ambience of an authentic French Boulangerie and enjoy the aroma and taste of freshly baked festive treats in Cuisine de France’s first ever specially designed, authentic pop-up shop.
Cuisine de France brought French festive cheer and freshly baked goods, to Dublin’s city centre when it opened ‘Boulangerie de Noel’ on 90 South Great Georges Street on 10 December. The bespoke pop-up store features a charming French–style wooded interior and gorgeously displayed freshly baked Cuisine de France goods and bakery utensils.
Each day and throughout the day, 12 different tasty festive treats will be baked in-store, including the limited edition festive treats: Mince Shortcake and Brandy Mince Puff. There’ll also be L’Artisane and our Four Cheese Loaf, an award-winning bread that’s ideal for sharing.
Consumers have been advised to keep an eye on Cuisine de France’s social media channels to ensure they don’t miss out on some very special offers. This includes 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. There will also be more special Christmas giveaways on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Continuing the season of good will, Cuisine de France and Boulangerie de Noel will also be supplying a special delivery of breads each evening for Focus Ireland’s and Simon Community’s nightly soup runs.