The legend of how desserts were created is an interesting bit of world study. For example, long ago in a land far away known Lamotte–Beuvron in the Loire Valley of France, two sisters were busy trying to run the Hotel Tatin In fact, one of the sisters was so busy trying to cook for the guests that she accidentally forgot to put the apples in the middle of the apple pie. So she threw them on top and ought we glad that she did as this gave birth to the Tarte du Jour.
Rather this story is true or not we will probably never know, but what we do know is that executive chef Jean Paul Lair has perfected this dish and it is available to all guests at La Vallauris Restaurant in Palm Springs.
As wonderful as the tarte du jour is Jean Paul Lair puts together other wonderful deserts. Those who are chocolate lovers will be sure to love the Best Chocolate desert in Palm Spings the Guayaquil soufflé which is made with trinitario coffee beans imported straight from western Ecuador where they are grown just for this restaurant.
In fact, this desert contains 64% coco and then it served with homemade chocolate ice cream. This is one of the best quality souffles available anywhere.
Guests who are looking for something with a fruity taste instead should be sure to try the Grand Marnier Soufflé. This soufflé has a classic rich orange flavor that is then served with crème anglaise which is rich and very smooth.
All these and more are available at the Le Vallauris Restaurant long known as one of Palm Springs finest establishments. Guests to the restaurant not only rave about the wonderful desserts but also rave about the outstanding service at a restaurant that Zagat recently gave a perfect score.
Le Vallauris is open 7 days a week from 11.30 a.m. to 2.30 p.m. and 5.00 p.m. to 10.30 p.m. You can visit Le Vallauris online at www.levallauris.com.