Mardi 14 Mars Chocolaterie Servant
This is Dominique Autret, whose parents started Chocolaterie Servant. Even as a child she was following in their footsteps.
Chocolaterie Servant in d'Auteuil has to be one of Paris' prettiest chocolate shops
Has anything changed at Servant since they opened in 1913?
Only that they're celebrating their one hundreth birthday.
Wouldn't you just love to click your orange heels together and be here now?
Clearly they are fond of the color orange, a big favorite in Paris.
Not an Easter egg or poule in the maison is missing an orange ribbon.
Who knew chickens could be so beautiful?
Not too far from Servant you can drop in the Marie Laurencin exhibit at musee Marmottan on until June 30th. Can one doubt that Laurencin, a celebrity portrait painter, fed her sitters chocolates from Servant?
The crowd was quite elegant and looked to have just come from Chocolaterie Servant...well I did.
I tried desperately to save my praline-filled chocolate chicken and little lamb but forget about that! Do visit both Laurencin + Servant chocolates when you're in Paris.
30, d'Auteuil 75016