L’OCCITANE CAFÉ – GALETTE DES ROIS

L’OCCITANE CAFÉ: GALETTE DES ROIS

During the first week of January, L’Occitane Café will be introducing a menu special called “Galette des Rois”.

The galette des rois is translated as the “king’s cake” and it’s eaten in France throughout the month of January as a festive way to celebrate the new year with family and friends. Indeed, the galette des rois is made of a deliciously crunchy puff pastry tart filled with a creamy almond paste called “frangipane”.

And there is a playful twist to it! A “fève” (originally a bean but now tends to be a ceramic trinket) is baked inside the cake and the cake is shared around the table. Whoever receives the fève is then crowned king or queen for the day and has the much-coveted opportunity of bossing the rest of the family about! That same person can also choose someone to be their king or queen.

L’Occitane Café has brought back this fun tradition awarding a winner daily for a week. Indeed, if you find the figurine in your galette des rois, you get the chance to be the king or queen and win a special beauty hamper worth 500 AED!

GALETTE DES ROIS – AVAILABLE FROM JANUARY 3rd TO JANUARY 31st

Individual galette : 30 AED

Galette for 6 pax: 150 AED

ABOUT L’OCCITANE CAFÉ

Welcome to Provence… in Dubai. The first café in the Middle East, L’OCCITANE CAFÉ DUBAI transports you to the South of France, the land that has always inspired L’OCCITANE. Ingredients from Provence offer a palette of aromas captured in the most delicious dishes, to tantalize your senses. Close your eyes, taste, and imagine – just for a moment – that you’re on a terrace in Provence… Now open in Citywalk 2, Dubai.

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