I am restraining myself from inserting exclamations at the end of each sentence of this post…
How unbelievably adorable is this Patisserie in Paris? Clearly aimed at children Chez Bogato is every child’s ultimate dream [and every adult’s too I would imagine]. Everything here is beautiful, delicious and amusing. Dog bone biscuits are displayed atop sweet melamine children’s tableware, cakes shaped like hamburgers and grinning Cheshire Cat cookies line the counters.
The patisserie is a clever mix of edible treats and design-led products. Its windows drip with chocolate and a kitchen is created inside using decals. Wipe-clean tablemats featuring the child’s favourite treat are available for purchase, as are cookie cutters and mini aprons.
Clever owner Anaïs Olmer bakes her special orders within the Patisserie’s chocolate tiled walls, creating ridiculously imaginative cakes like Guinevere’s oozing chocolate castle studded with bright pink macaroons, or a plastic spiderman perched upon a tower of profiteroles covered in a volcano of red chocolate, anything you can dream up, she can create!
The patisserie also holds pastry workshops for children making it the ultimate mecca for kids. Children high on sugary treats – perfect!
Author: Rohini Wahi
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