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Just Eat, Ireland’s leading online marketplace for food ordering and delivery has announced its sweetest signing yet with the addition of Ladurée to the Just Eat service.  

The addition of the specialist macarons provider to its platform meets the growing interest from customers who want to have the option of enjoying a sweet treat after a meal or just because they deserve it!

Ladurée will be available for delivery in Dublin 1, 2, 4 and  8 .

The new addition to the Just Eat platform comes just in time for Mother’s Day with Ladurée offering some delicious and bespoke gift options which can now be delivered directly to your door by Just Eat.

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Ladurée is one of the world’s best-known premier sellers of macarons and prides itself on luxury bakery and sweet options. The distinctive and romantic packaging along with the luxurious baked treats mean it’s the perfect gift option for either a special occasion, for a special person, or even just to treat yourself.

Speaking about the latest signing, Managing Director of Just Eat, Amanda Roche Kelly said: “We are delighted to announce that the delicious and delicate macrons from Ladurée are now available to order on the Just Eat app.

This is perfect timing for Mother’s Day as Ladurée specialises in beautiful macaron gift boxes. Why not surprise your Mum by having Macarons delivered  straight to her door by Just Eat! The unique offering from Ladurée represents our continued diversification, as we endeavour to provide new, exciting and innovative cuisine types  on the Just Eat platform.

 Delivery locations include:

  • Christchurch
  • Irish Town
  • Grand Canal Dock
  • Arbour Hill
  • The Coombe
  • Stoneybatter
  • Harold’s Cross
  • South Circular Road
  • Ringsend
  • Smithfield
  • Rialto
  • IFSC
  • North City Centre
  • Ranelagh
  • Rathmines
  • Rathgar
  • Maryland
  • Portobello
  • Warrenmount
  • Donnybrook
  • Ballsbridge

 Order from Ladurée on Just Eat now: https://www.just-eat.ie/restaurants-Laduree-Dublin/menu-21977?test=true


When Ladurée opened its concession stand in Brown Thomas, it's fair to say we all went wild for the French pastry. 

Well, now you're about to get a whole lot more of macaroon-loving in your life as the Parisian store is opening a new tea room on South William Street. 

The franchise is to be operated by businessman John Collins who has taken over the lease of the high-profile premises, which was previously a café called Meet and Meat. 

A private investor recently bought the building for a massive €2m, which was well above the original €1.4m asking price. What recession, right?!

Ladurée first opened its doors in Paris in 1862 and only in the past few years has opened concessions in Dublin and London. 

Chairman of Ladurée, David Holden thinks that the new shop will do well because its clearly loved by the Irish customer. 

“Our new retail store and tea room gives us an opportunity to build an even closer relationship with Ladurée customers. Our intention is to bring a lot more of what the Ladurée brand can offer to Ireland.”

The first phase of the business will offer its signature collection of macaroons in their fancy packaging. In January the shop will open its tea rooms where a company chef will offer a menu of sweet treats as well as savoury dishes.