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Food | An Afternoon at Patisserie Valerie

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In 1926, Belgian born Madam Valerie came to London with one mission; to introduce luxury continental patisserie to us Brits. Since the first store opened in London’s Soho, the brand has spread throughout the UK becoming a well known name in cafe culture. 414 more words


Delice de...?

I don’t even know what I was doing with this one.

I have a favourite type of French Patisserie, which I can only seem to get from the Epi D’Or Boulangerie in Pont-l’Évêque. 263 more words


What a boring Sunday coffee moment!

When it comes to coffee and tea moments, I have one formula to describe it:

quality of coffee/tea+ atmosphere of cafe/teahouse = pleasantness of coffee/tea moments… 446 more words

Patisserie Valerie

The weekend brought celebrations for my boyfriend’s mum’s birthday. She’s an avid baker, and I’m lucky enough to trial her cakes, pastries and savoury treats. I, however, am not such a skilful baker.So instead of trying to bake her a birthday cake which would inevitably go very wrong, I ordered a custom cake from… 92 more words


Out and about in Exeter

Some photos from Exeter…

This is a photo of a pancake from Buffet City. We went for lunch £5.95 per person. There is plenty of choice, although sadly not much that I liked. 120 more words


On Human Dignity and Shared Experiences

I had afternoon tea yesterday.

I had afternoon tea with a stranger.

I met this stranger because I had afternoon tea yesterday at Patisserie Valerie, where tea is only served for two, in St. 380 more words


Cream Tea at Patisserie Valerie

A trip to York is really not complete without some form of afternoon tea, and a long awaited reunion with university friends provided the perfect excuse. 241 more words