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Mayfair Patisserie Hounds Can Now Sniff Out a £14 Chocolate Dog

The Connaught’s new patisserie has two headline acts: chocolate dogs and a dessert from the River Cafe

Four chocolate patisserie dogs sitting in a row on a marble effect tabletop
The “Connaughty Hounds” at the new Mayfair patisserie attached to the Connaught Hotel
The Connaught Patisserie [Official Photo]

A new patisserie opening from a luxury hotel? Woof

Historic luxury Mayfair hotel The Connaught’s new patisserie shop offers pastry hounds the chance to eat a chocolate dog for £14; or £11, if it gets taken on a walk. Part of the hotel’s logo, the “Connaughty Hound” is the key draw at the new patisserie counter, alongside, perhaps puzzlingly, a dessert that the hotel didn’t make at all: the River Cafe chocolate nemesis cake, which is “hand-delivered” to the new opening daily.

Patisserie made by executive pastry chef Nicolas Rouzaud, formerly of fellow London pile The Lanesborough, includes a yuzu and honeycomb éclair; London’s favourite recent patisserie adoption, the Paris-Brest; and a fig and walnut mousse. It will also offer scones with clotted cream and jam, as a votive concession to being in Britain.

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The Lanesborough

Hyde Park Corner, London SW1X 7TA, London,

TĀTĀ Eatery

152 Old Street, , England EC1V 9BW Visit Website

The River Cafe

Thames Wharf, Rainville Road, London, W6 9HA Visit Website

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