Getting Lost in a Vallauris Dessert Moment – French Recipes

Getting Lost in a Vallauris Dessert Moment

If you want a story without words, do desserts under palms on a patio in a big comfy chair, in Palms Springs. For some, dessert is punctuation; the thing that comes while waiting for the bill. A fine meal is not complete with out a sweet, but the French Mediterranean cuisine at Le Vallauris without dessert is water without the wet; impossible to comprehend. At Le Vallauris, the desert is a preludeto something that can’t be served in a restaurant. Served with all the seriousness as the main course, this menu of playful notions invites you to breathe… get lost in a Sorbet moment or let Delice Vallauris, a vanilla ice cream with berries; chase away the troubles that have been dogging your soul. Try a glass of something rare, perhaps a Courvoisier or a Remy, if your prefer.

Universally, the French words most of us know best are the names of their tasty desserts. It doesn’t matter where you hail from, when you read the menu, somehow, if it’s French your eyes slip to the desserts and you feel better. The point of dessert isn’t nourishment. It is reward on top of earned compensation. This is the memory you’ll remember when recalling how you used to sit in Le Vallauris and enjoy a darling little Crème Brulėe Raspberry with a special person whose smiles between bites were pure joy. Happy birthday, thank you for the decades, you’d do it the same way if you had it to do again that’s the way you treat a friend.

Some think that the best French recipes for dessert involve fresh fruit. Chef Patissier, Laurent Dellac skills with Chocolate, Coconut, and Caramel indulge the culinary senses. His profiteroles, biscuits and crème make the mouths water from across the room. The inescapable fact is that the French recipes for cakes, tarts, flans and even breads can take you away.

Traditional old school French food isn’t difficult to find. I can eat my dinner on a fancy plate, but nothing can take me away like the dessert, and nothing compares to Le Vallauris’.

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..

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About Le Vallauris Restaurant

Le Vallauris restaurant is open 7 days a week from 11.30 to 2.30 and from 5.00 to 10.30 385 W Tahquitz Canyon Way - PALM SPRINGS - CA 92262 TEL (760) 325 5059 Le Vallauris restaurant in Palm Springs features Mediterranean French California cuisine.
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