Krug launches pop-up Kreperie with chef Pierre Koffmann in Covent GardenCultureFood & Drinks
It may sound expensive to have a glass of champagne and a crepe for £35 but when the quality of the products is so fine – historic producer Krug and former three-Michelin-starred chef Pierre Koffman teamed up for the pop-up – it suddenly becomes worth it.
The Kruk Kreperie is inspired by both the innovation and simple pleasures of Krug, the crepes created by the legendary Pierre Koffmann are the perfect complement to be enjoyed with a glass of Krug this winter. Both extraordinary visionaries who seek craftsmanship and adventure while providing unparalleled quality, Krug and chef Pierre Koffmann offer a unique and delightful moment in this exciting pop-up space.
The Krug Kreperie will be in Covent Garden until Sunday 8th December, before moving to Koffmann’s at The Berkeley from 9th December until mid January. French-chalet-inspired dining pods appeared on the East Piazza as if by magic, delivered in three enormous Krug champagne crates like oversized Christmas presents. In the luxurious cosy interior, adorned with gorgeous sheepskin rugs, you can experience crepes that have been diligently paired with Krug Grande Cuvée, enhancing Krug’s longstanding relationship with artisanal excellence and fine dining.
There are six sweet or savory crepes created for the Krug Kreperie, including a crab crepe, a caramel, apple crumble crepe, or pistachio with caramelised pistachio nuts, inspired by Pierre Koffmann’s famous pistachio soufflé. Each crepe will be paired with a glass of Krug Grande Cuvée for £35 whereas the second glass costs £25.
If you are planning luxury celebrations for this Christmas, this is an opportunity not to miss.
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