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Pierre Hermé opens first London store

Revolutionary Chef Pâtissier Pierre Hermé has already made waves on this side of the channel with his ‘adult macarons‘ at the Pierre Hermé boutique pâtisserie in Selfridges Food Hall and is now opening his first London store in the heart of Belgravia.

Pierre Hermé is known for his unusual and exotic macaron flavour combinations such as olive oil and vanilla, strawberry and wasabi, Venezuelan chocolate and apricot and pistachio.  Pierre Hermé are typically intense and sometimes sharp – a world away from Ladurée’s sweet, pastel-coloured treats.

Holding court at Lowndes Street, just off Belgrave Square, Pierre Hermé brings his signature macarons, selection of fine chocolates, seasonal collections and Pierre Hermé Paris products to the London store.

The London store mirrors the sleek, contemporary design of his Paris and Tokyo stores and it promises some of the most spectacular window displays on this side of Brompton Road.

Pierre Hermé opens on 1st September at Lowndes Street, Belgravia, London.

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  • Reply barbara parker November 4, 2010 at 12:37 pm

    Hello, I went to visit your newly opened shop in Lowndes Street, Belgravia, London last Thursday 21st October, where i purchased a box of chocolates. It was only when i started to eat them and bit into a chocolate which was completely gone off that i checked the expiry date on the box. I was shocked to see that the date on the box was 15th October which meant that they were already out of date by 6 days when i bought them. I am very disappointed and surprised that this would happen in a new shop with such a high reputation for quality. I know from working in food retail that this would be seen as extremely serious, so whether it was a mistake or if you think you can get away with it knowingly, i strongly suggest that you re-think and check all your stock. Also I have bought chocolates many times in the past from your shop in Paris but the new design of box, which I got in London, didn’t contain a description list of the flavours, and gave the illusion of containing more which in fact was less.

    I will certainly think twice before returning to any Pierre Herme shop again.

    With regards,

    Ms B Parker

    • Reply cheriecity November 5, 2010 at 1:12 am

      Hello Ms B Parker,
      The official site for Pierre Herme is and you can probably find their contact details there. This is a lifestyle and travel blog and the Pierre Herme London opening was just written as a news article. I have no affiliation with Pierre Herme at all. Thanks for your comment though.
      Best wishes,

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