Translating to ‘a piece of cake’, new patisserie C’est Du Gâteau is set to open this Thursday, 12 October, in Brisbane’s South Bank. The patisserie will serve classic French baked treats prepared by two experienced French pastry chefs—Seb and Fred.
The duo has over 15 years of experience in the industry, from working with well-known chefs and in high-end patisseries across France and the rest of Europe as well as places in Brisbane.
The brand introduced its founders, Seb and Fred, in a social media post earlier this week, writing, “These are the faces behind the baking—pouring generations of amour & competence into every flake & fold.”
C’est Du Gâteau will indeed be offering all of the classic quintessential staples of French baking and patisserie, like croissants, almond croissants filled with almond cream and topped with toasted almond flakes, mille feuilles, lemon meringue tarts and pain au chocolate.
The patisserie will also offer up a range of savoury options, such as a Ruben croissant filled with layers of pastrami, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and mustard, or a 12-hour slow-cooked barbecue pulled pork and caramelised onion croissant.
All of the brand’s offerings will be put together using the highest quality of ingredients, even a few that have been imported directly from France.
Reception to C’est Du Gâteau’s opening announcements of social media has been overwhelmingly positive, with many commenters professing their excitement about the store’s opening and counting down until the doors will open this coming Thursday.