The signature pink and black colour scheme of Fauchon was not difficult to miss. Upon entering I quickly realised that this store represented the epitome of prestigious food, if there is such a thing.
Fauchon is a world where the packaging and presentation of exquisite food come together effortlessly, but at a price. The caviar, salmon, cheese, breads and cakes were all beautifully presented, or should I say designed?
My favourite photo of all would have to be the mini salamis. I could just imagine unwrapping each one and popping them in my mouth like lollies.
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