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6
Jan
Brunch Epiphany - Galette des Rois
Lili Pham invites you to our first Sunday brunch for 2019 on the occasion of Epiphany day on January 6th inspired by one of the most delicious French holiday traditions- The Galette des Rois (King’s Cake in English). The cake is meant to symbolize the food that was given to the three kings as they passed by on their way to see baby Jesus. The Galette des Rois is a dessert to share with your family and friends and a perfect occasion to gather after the winter holiday.

Buffet of the Three Kings 

  • Viennoiseries
  • Mushrooms cream soup
  • Selection of salads
  • Selection of French quiches
  • Scrumbled eggs
  • Fruit salad

In addition to our buffet selection each guest can enjoy a traditional Breton pancake with ham/egg/cheese.

 

La Galette des Rois

Traditionally the galette is made of puff pastry filled with frangipane. Inside the cake you will find a fève: literally fève means bean, but nowadays beans are replaced by small figurines. Whoever is lucky enough to find the fève is dubbed king or queen with a partner of their choice. The kids love the tradition and look forward to it.

Single price: 30 lv. / 1 cake of 6 parts with fève and crown.

 

Workshop the Three Crowns: The activities for the kids this Sunday will be oriented towards this family tradition. They will create their own crowns and will be able to hear more about the visit of the three Kings to baby Jesus. During the workshop the kids will play the tradition and will receive a part of the cake. The youngest will decide who gets each slice of the cake while keeping his eyes closed so that it is impossible to cheat and try to get the fève for oneself! Whoever is lucky enough to find the fève is dubbed king or queen with a partner of their choice.

Brunch adult 30 lv.

Brunch Junior up to 12 years: 15 lv.

Special prices for the champagne and our signature cocktails.

 

Duration of the brunch from 11.00 till 15.00 h. We take bookings from 11 till 12.30. After this tables according to availability.