Smoked Fish from Joëlle and Charlotte Sanchez at the Hyatt Breakfast
A seasonal, regionally sourced breakfast for guests and non-guests can be enjoyed daily at the Hyatt Paris Madeleine offering a distinctive alternative to coffee and croissants. The 5-star hotel has set out and achieved the goal of offering local fresh produce and products made by craft producers to its international and local clientele. And so you can enjoy a breakfast composed of carefully sourced ingredients crafted by gourmet professionals passionate about what they do.
Julie Lutringer of Mange tes Graines (Eat Your Seeds) offers up delicious seed and grain toppings for your favorite breakfast dishes, an alternative to muesli and granola. Original and tasty toppings made with seeds and organic fruits and vegetables include flavors of chocolate and citrus fruits or carrot and coriander. Home-made cakes are on the agenda from Matthieu et Pauline while Clémentine Oliver offers up delicious gluten-free pastries. Traditional French fare includes finely aged and selected cheeses from La Ferme d’Alexandre and the made right in Paris, Parisian ham, the quintessential jambon de Paris from the house of the Prince de Paris and Frédéric Lalos who has been awarded the prestigious Finest Worker of France medal. One of the original items on the breakfast menu, which is served as a buffet, are the smoked fish, including salmon and a highly unusual smoked pollock, from Joëlle and Charlottte Sanchez, elaborately smoked over a four to five day period in their own smokehouse on the outskirts of Paris. The majority of the products come from within a 60-mile radius of Paris.
At the helm in the kitchen is the chef Sébastien Roux who has recently been made a member of the prestigious Maître Cuisinier de France association meaning a master chef of France. For him cooking is a profession of sharing, passion and fine encounters. His cuisine revolves around seasonal products that he hand picks himself.
Toppings of seeds from Julie Lutringer of Mange tes Graines at Hyatt’s Parisian Breakfast
The beautifully appointed Hyatt Paris Madeleine is located in the Madeleine neighborhood of Paris near the Place de la Madeleine which is known for its gourmet and gastronomic boutiques, the Garnier opera house and the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, home to gourmet fare of all kinds.
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Hyatt Paris Madeleine
24 Boulevard de Malesherbes
75008 Paris, France
+33 (0) 1 55 27 12 34
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