Festive tables

To satisfy even the most demanding palates, the queen bee will make sure that delicacies and delights cover your festive tables. Stunning crockery, shellfish, meat from local breeds, truffles, pastries and exclusive Yule logs… Master chocolate makers, bakers and top chefs have prepared dishes that are bound to create a buzz. Delicious spectacles and cracking activities await—come join us together with the bees to enjoy the show. See you at the Home & Gourmet department.


Pierre Hermé Paris

The “Ambrosia” yule log whose name refers to the Patron Saint of Beekeepers, St Ambrose, features a honeycomb design and gives pride of place to its key ingredient: honey produced in the high valleys of the Corsican mountains. The honey has a warm flavour with hints of aromatic plants which is topped off by the sweet taste of clementines. 

From 13 December
Home & Gourmet department – Ground floor.

Jean-Paul Hévin

Maya Yule log – an exclusive creation made with Grand Cru Ecuadorian cocoa with hints of honey. Made with a crispy chestnut shortbread, almond and cocoa biscuit, salted caramel crème brûlée and 70% Grand Cru Ecuadorian cocoa dark chocolate mousse, the Maya Yule log represents the beehive.

From 1 December
Home & Gourmet department – Ground floor.

Yann Couvreur

100% coconut Yule log – Yann Couvreur reveals a 100% coconut Yule log to make for a gourmet Christmas. Light coconut milk mousse, coconut cream with a touch of Malibu, soft biscuit and crispy coconut praline, as well as tangy agar… All covered in a thin white chocolate coating.

From 1 December
Home & Gourmet department – Ground floor.

Alain Ducasse Chocolate

The Manufacture Bee – Especially for the Christmas Beehive, the Manufacture de Chocolate Alain Ducasse has created an exclusive product that takes on the hexagonal shape of honeycombs. The bee delicacy is filled with hazelnut and salt crystal praline – a true nectar of the gods. Available in dark or milk chocolate.

From 6 November
Home & Gourmet department – Ground floor.


Semi-cooked duck Foie gras with truffles – The famous Maison Dubernet from the Landes region presents its semi-cooked duck foie gras covered with generous shavings of black truffles (5%). The strong flavour of the foie gras and the subtle scent of the truffles are a match made in heaven. Assembled by hand, this rich Yule log is a truly festive dish.

From 10 December
Home & Gourmet department – Ground floor.


Christmas Pie – The Christmas pie by Maison Verot is a rich combination of pork from pigs bred in Le Perche, chicken originating from Bresse, duck foie gras from Alsace and truffles from Alpes de Haute Provence, all enveloped in puff pastry. Served with black truffle sauce. It is a favourite for Christmas Eve dinner. 

Available now, made to order only
Available on the stand from 22 December
Home & Gourmet department – Ground floor.


Coupe du Tsar glazed with Miso and Honey – Especially for Galeries Lafayette, Petrossian dresses its famous Coupe du Tsar in an inimitable coating. As part of this recipe with Asian influences, the heart consisting of smoked salmon is marinated for a long time in a white miso and honey sauce before being glazed with a torch. The result is a fish with a deep but delicate aroma, a surprising combination of umami flavour, smokiness and a slightly sweet note. 

Available now
Home & Gourmet department – Ground floor.

Il Gelato del Marchese

Foie Gras Ice Cream – The luxury Italian ice cream maker has revisited its artisan expertise and created an exclusive savoury ice cream. Winter’s main ingredient in France has become a delicious ice cream. Il Gelato Del Marchese has turned foie gras into creamy, gourmet ice cream. Served on toast; a touch of balsamic vinegar can be added for even more flavour. 

Home & Gourmet department – Ground floor.

Foie gras market 

Georges Bruck

Created in 1852, the Manufacture Georges Bruck is the last and only family-run manufacturer of foie gras that still exists in Strasbourg in Alsace. Today, it is run by the 5th generation and continues to produce exceptional foie gras all the while respecting family values. 

Home & Gourmet department – Ground floor.

Truffle market 


Peybere is the oldest family-run truffle trading company. It was founded by Pierre Peybere in 1897 in a small village in southwestern France, north of the Lot department: La Chapelle Mareuil. This small business initially sold all of the region’s specialities, including truffles, foie gras and crepes, all over France. In 1920, the founder’s son Alain decided to specialise exclusively in truffles. 

Home & Gourmet department – Ground floor.