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Dublin: 13 °C Thursday 9 July, 2020

Cuisine de France has just opened a pop-up bakery in Dublin and it's beige heaven

‘Tis the season to stuff your face with bread.


CUISINE DE FRANCE is a bit of an Irish institution — who among us hasn’t felt restored after eating one (or five) of their jam doughnuts?

As such, the country’s finest purveyors of beige food have decided to open up a pop-up shop on Dublin’s George Street.

Boulangeriede Noel opened on George Street today and aims to allow customers to “experience the ambience of an authentic French Boulangerie and enjoy the aroma and taste of freshly baked festive treats”.


As well as all the usual Cuisine de France products, 12 different festive treats will be baked in store each day, including the limited edition Mince Shortcake and Brandy Mince Pie.

In other words, it’s beige heaven.

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So much bread, so little time.

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Look how sparkly and Christmassy it is inside!

*runs there immediately*

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