𝙸𝙳𝙴𝙴: Grazing for tomorrow’s brunch

But what is grazing? This type of service is still little known in France, but popular in English-speaking countries. It transforms tables and buffets into veritable artistic tableaux.

This involves presenting food in an elegant way, using quality products such as cheeses, charcuterie, fruit, olives and dried fruit to create a unique visual and taste experience.

Grazing platters are generally more elaborate than classic platters, and the products chosen are more sophisticated, making them more aesthetically pleasing than a simple buffet.