Do you know Rosalia’s favorite Parisian ice cream shop?


    The Spanish star is in Paris to attend Fashion Week and took the opportunity to celebrate her birthday at an ice cream parlor like no other… Find out which ice cream parlor is favorite among singer Rosalía!

    Generally, we celebrate our birthday in a restaurant or in a bar. But the Spanish song icon, who was freed from all rules of music or dress, would not have acted like everyone else! While visiting the capital for Fashion Week, Rosalía took the opportunity to celebrate her 31st birthday on September 25. At his favorite Parisian ice cream parlor.

    A glacier for both children and adults

    After her notable appearance at Dior’s fashion show on Monday, the Spanish singer has had her time His birthday party at one of the most famous ice cream shops in the capital. They serve homemade ice cream from 4pm to 11pm, but also…natural wine! This is Folderol, a new gelato and wine shop concept created by couple Jessica Lange and Robert Compagnon, who are also owners of the restaurant Rigmarole, with two addresses In the 11th district. Since this hybrid location opened its doors in 2020, it has never been empty and even attracts a crowd of foreign customers. It must be said that the frozen (and liquid) pleasures there are delicious. This did not escape The Spanish singer-songwriter who came with her friends Like the high-profile couple formed by Kylie Jenner and Timothée Chalamet.

    Ice cream with original flavors

    Despite the queue gathering in front of him A brand is a victim of its own success, Folderol ice cream is worth a detour. From classic chocolate and vanilla flavors to the original ‘Wedding Cake’, ‘Hibiscus Orange’ or ‘Pomelo Jasmine’, there’s something for everyone. These colorful ice creams and sorbets have a firm consistency Served in soy cones with rapadura sugar. On the wine side, in Folderol you can find a number of wine growers who thrive in the liquid scene, such as Jean-Marc Dreyer’s signature Alsatian wines or the highly desirable Frères Soulier (Rhône Valley) wines.