Here's a look at what I had for breakfast this morning...starting from the top left corner, there was the Palerme from Gerard Mulot. It was a pistachio bavarois with a chocolate macaron base and filled with raspberry compote in the middle. The whole dome was set on top of a pate sucre coated with chocolate. Next was a lemon tart from Mulot as well. I must say Mulot really knows how to make pate sucre well. Both the lemon tart and their cherry clafoutis have a tender and flaky crust that does not seem at all affected by the moisture of the filling even after long hours. Kudos to them. Also in the picture was a buchette arabica from Laduree. It was an intensely coffee flavour mousse enhanced by the crunchy chocolate/roasted espresso bean garnish. However, presentation-wise, I found the rectangular piece of pate sucre a little silly. I also had a buchette marron from Laduree but it was not included in the picture. Reason being...I tripped on blvd Saint-Germain while holding the box containing two buchettes. I scraped and bruised my knees quite badly and the buchettes did not survive my fall too well either. I liked the Fauchon version of pear and chestnut buchette better.