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Chouquette adds another string to its bow at Grace...

Chouquette adds another string to its bow at Graceville

The famed New Farm and Brisbane City patisserie, Chouquette, is set to add another string to its bow with a new patisserie due to open soon at Graceville.

The new store will be situated on Honour Street, in the building that was previously Greens and Grains and is expected to open before Father’s Day, although this is not confirmed yet. It was originally planned to open earlier in August, but the process was delayed.

The Graceville location will be a retail space, stocking the majority of Chouquette’s full range of boulangerie goods – buttery croissants, artisan breads, hot savoury items, fresh baguette sandwiches and decadent sweets – with the products baked in New Farm and delivered fresh each morning.

The original New Farm store is still a favourite for locals and visitors, and the second store on Edward Street, Brisbane, has proven to be just as popular since it opened in November, 2019.

Chouquette is an authentic French bakery and patisserie specialising in pastries, cakes, artisan breads, sweet breads and savoury items, which has gone from strength to strength since it was bought by Meggy and Fabrice Delaunay (the Delaunays originate from Normandy in France, so you can rest assured everything made in the bakery / patisserie is authentically French) in July, 2018.

 

 


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