Cuisine de France is bringing an authentic taste of France to Dublin’s city centre this Christmas with the return of its popular pop-up café ‘La Petite Boulangerie’.
Located at No. 30 Drury Street, Dublin 2, La Petite Boulangerie will be open from 8am – 3pm from Thursday, 13th December – Saturday, 15th December. All pastries are €1.50 with all proceeds going to CMRF Crumlin.
CMRF Crumlin provides funding for Our Lady’s Children Hospital, Crumlin and The National Children’s Research Centre to enable little patients to have the best possible outcomes.
Visitors can expect delicious sweet and savoury creations, including croissants and Danish pastries alongside festive favourites such as the Brandy Mince Puff and the mouth-watering cinnamon swirl pastry.
Sarah Joyce, Head of Corporate Partnerships at CMRF Crumlin, said: “CMRF Crumlin was delighted to partner with Cuisine de France on their fantastic pop-up cafe. The money raised allows CMRF Crumlin to support the 150,000 children that visit Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin every year. We would like to thank Cuisine de France for doing #WhateverItTakes and joining the fight against childhood illness this Christmas.”