How DO Parisians stay so thin? It’s near impossible to find vegetables that aren’t smothered in butter at restaurants. Croissants and baguettes are diet staples, and purchasing fine, yet affordable wines is way too easy. Not to mention, the locals are constantly surrounded by a rainbow of irresistible pastries.
Pastry chef Sadaharu Aoki mastered his craft in Tokyo and is internationally recognized for his intricate and whimsical creations. He incorporates avant-garde Japanese aesthetics and flavours such as yuzu and cherry blossom into French macarons, cakes, chocolates and biscuits.
Sadaharu Aoki has expanded to Taipei and back to his hometown, Tokyo. There are four locations in Paris so be sure to check one out when you head that way.
Oh, and these delicate treats taste even better than they look. Take a peek.
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