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Archive for the 'LaDuree' Category

The beautiful macarons from Laduree

Though DessertBuzz has reviewed many of these macarons before, I thought our readers were entitled to a second opinion–especially when it comes to a topic as contentious as NYC macarons.  Luckily, guest columnist Elle was kind enough to check in with a report.

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Bisous Ciao had the NYC macaron crown for almost 2 years

I updated this post because I received a very comprehensive comment from a reader about NYC macarons.

Reader “Elle”: (more…)

New York foodies and macarons: A match made in almond flour

Posted by Niko on September 20th, 2011

Bisous Ciao had the NYC macaron crown for almost 2 years

Why is it so important for New Yorkers to know what other people think is “the best”?   With the opening of Laduree in New York City there has been a considerable amount of macaron hype, most of it around how superior their macarons are to everything else. Last week I finally got to try about eight of them (thank you Doctore) and I can safely say they are the best this city has to offer right now.  They feature perfect buttercream, super-soft almond flour cookie shell and insanely strong flavors–despite flying 3600 miles from Paris every day!   (more…)

LaDuree opens to huge crowds this morning

Posted by Niko on August 31st, 2011

Are these still the best macarons in New York?

Though DessertBuzz missed the opening of LaDuree on the Upper East side today (links to reports below if you’r e interested).  I recommend not reading about it and just going over and checking it out first hand.  Here’s my big question:  Will LaDuree’s macarons be as good as those from Bisou Ciao?  After all, the LaDuree macarons have to fly all the way from France every day in cargo (mon dieu!). If you’ve tried both already let me know how they compare in the comments! (more…)