Since National Pastry Day was this week, I couldn’t let a trip to the infamous Ladurée Bakery in Beverly Hills go down without sharing all of the details on here! I am so impressed with this restaurant and their progression absolutely feels worth documenting.
If you haven’t already heard, the beloved French eatery recently did a major revamp on its entire menu (thanks to Chef Matthew Kenney) into a divinely plant-based experience—literally an unexpected vegan dream come true.✨
You can see their amazing plant-based menu here. We were in town for another event, so we loaded up on macarons and pastries to go, but we will definitely be back to try some of the delectable dishes from their menu. Take a look at these gorgeous treats:
Dreamy vegan macarons – my personal favorites were Rose, Salted Caramel and Vanilla. Although they were all amazing. ✨
Give me ALL the croissants : Traditional, rose and chocolate. Why are vegans so deprived of these? How do they make them so light and fluffy? And why can’t the rest of the world make them vegan croissants like this!?
Ispahan — a raspberry macaron filled with the most decadent rose petal cream, fresh raspberry and lychee. Our Omni family who adored their macarons and the Ispahan prior to the plant-based switch could not tell the difference
We were SO happily loaded up with light and fluffy chocolate croissants, rose croissants and beautiful, creamy chocolate pastries. I’ve said it before, but seeing what the very talented Chef at Ladurée has done shows that anything can be veganized —and you aren’t missing out on anything at all. Although the secret to their croissants remains vaulted (we had to ask😜), The future is absolutely looking vegan. Ladurée in Beverly Hills is a must-try, highly recommended place to visit.
These two cute guys
(not dressed for tea time–but a
playdate with friends!😜)