This little bakery and sit down cafe is tucked away in a little street behind the beautiful hôtel de ville (town hall). As you walk in you instantly feel a sense of being in a nostalgic and rustic tea room. Brown wooden displays of biscuits, escargots and pastries in an array of colours and warm, inviting staff who enjoy sharing about what all the sweets and pastries entail.Read More
Blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, boysenberries - we just love berries and this tart is packed with fresh boysenberries sitting on top of a crunchy pistachio crumble and filled with a smooth and delectable crème pâtissière. When you can see flecks of vanilla bean throughout, it is ALWAYS worth it.
Remember those old cookbooks that your Mother and Grandmother had lying around in the kitchen? The kind that included nostalgia inducing recipes for a Classic Victoria Sponge, Strawberry and Cream Gâteau or Butter Cake? I remember one in particular that carried the simple title “The Best of Baking” by Hamlyn publications. I would so often flick through these pages in the kitchen, wondering which delicious cake or biscuits my Mum would bake next.Read More
Okay first of all, who doesn’t like baklava? To have it as a croissant flavour is just brilliant and this did not disappoint. Topped with chopped pistachios and walnuts and a glorious pistachio-walnut filling, your taste buds suddenly burst with the best combination of Mediterranean ingredients. You can taste a hint of honey that feels like it’s been lightly brushed over the croissant, which ties all the flavours together.