Examples of patisserie in a Sentence
a delicious selection of French patisserie
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Yes, and those huge étagères are straight out of a patisserie.
Expect all the classics like perfectly cut sandwiches filled with smoked salmon, cucumber, or egg; warm scones heaped with jam and clotted cream; picture perfect patisseries; plus, a few festive surprises.
Owner Karine Favre-Massartic, who is from Paris, loves French poetry (hence the name) and the work of new-wave patisseries in France that are reimagining eclairs as edible art.
Or one of the many chocolateries and patisseries in Saint-Germain, Paris.
The owners of patisserie Arte Paris, in the city's gritty downtown, reinforced the storefront with metal shutters last month.
Every galette comes with a crown — some from the best patisseries are intricately designed, but most are made of gold cardboard — and a charm.
The property’s restaurant will serve Polish cuisine, and there will be a patisserie along with a bar and cigar lounge.
Pick up a baguette sandwich or sit down for a quiche or delicious patisseries and cup of tea at Les Delices de Josephine, an inviting tea salon from the same owners as Les Nuit Saints Pierre.
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Origin and Etymology of patisserie
PATISSERIE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of patisserie for English Language Learners
: a shop that sells cakes, cookies, etc. : a pastry shop
: the things that are sold in a patisserie
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