Ladurée Vancouver

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Afternoon Tea
Ladurée is a world-renowned French luxury patisserie, founded in Paris in 1862. The acclaimed house rose into fame with their exquisite selection of viennoiseries and pastries – most notably, however, for their creation of the macaron.

Described as a biscuit with a delicate and crisp shell with a smooth ganache or jam filling, they come in a variety of classical and creative flavours. Ladurée’s macarons are often not mixed with more than two or three flavours to give each macaron a more pronounced taste.

Accompanying the Boutique, their traditional Parisian tea room offers irresistible culinary delights in a setting inspired by historic France, allowing Ladurée to extend their unique experience of the French art of living.
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5 reviews
Dined on September 3, 2019
Overall 5food 4service 4ambience 4

Awesome time at laduree!

18 reviews
Dined on August 17, 2019
Overall 2food 2service 4ambience 3

Tried brunch. Mushroom omelet was tasteless. French toast was meh. Mini Croissants were good. I would just come stick with tea & croissants. Don’t bother with other food items. Not their thing.

1 review
Dined on August 16, 2019
Overall 3food 4service 5ambience 1

There was a couple of ladies with a baby and young child who was playing a game with volume far too loud. I could excuse the baby crying but they did nothing to turn down the volume on the gaming device. Also their phone rang and one was talking loudly on her phone. Didn’t make for a very relaxing lunch.

2 reviews
Dined on August 4, 2019
Overall 5food 5service 5ambience 4

Great food and good service! Will come back again for sure!

17 reviews
Dined on July 26, 2019
Overall 4food 5service 5ambience 5

We really enjoy sampling high tea experiences wherever we travel, and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves at Laduree. It was different from what we are most accustomed to in terms of the food offerings, but the food was excellent and ample. Tea with a French flair. For example, there were no scones on offer but we were served croissants, no jam but whipped cream/butter. It wasn't disappointing, just different. The sandwiches were flavorful and larger than we often see, and the "full meal deal" included satisfying portions. We would not only recommend this to other afternoon-tea aficionados, we would also happily return on a future visit. The shop is small, with a bakery fronting the street and the tea room in the back. Seating is limited. We reserved via Open Table which worked beautifully. The shop is on busy and popular Robson Street. We cabbed to and from the shop and our hotel, not sure where patrons would park but street parking would be chancey. We were there on a Friday evening at 6:00 PM so perhaps busier than at other times, but we were immediately seated and served. Staff was friendly, helpful, and very efficient. An all-around great new experience for us.