Posts Tagged ‘bakery’


April 25, 2011

Babs den Haring is  one of the most dedicated Petite Passport travellers. Together with her handsome husband she travelled to Berlin:

Most striking feature:

“We didn’t visit the restaurant, but the bakery across the street. It’s a sweet little bakery with white tables and chairs. Behind the beautiful counter you will find all kinds of delicious food. Like bread with several kinds of German cheese. This is the place to be if you want to learn more about traditional German food. And a good place to have breakfast. Oh and don’t forget to take a look at their beautiful pictures on the wall.”

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April 10, 2011

3 reasons to go there:

  1. If you’re a sugar craving person (like I am).
  2. If you’re in Chiswick – an upcoming area in London with High Road House and Eco Age.
  3. If you’re looking for the USA in London (the owners are from New York).

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(Image via WeHeart – a design blog worth following)


March 22, 2011

3 reasons to go there:

  1. To buy something sweet – or a simple panini
  2. If you like to sit at their terrace
  3. If you’re happen to be in Edessa – by the border of Macedonia (yes, hotspots pop up everywhere)

No website, 22 Dimokratias, Edessa


October 22, 2010

3 reasons to go there:

  1. If you like bread.
  2. If you’re not afraid of mr mouse. He gets his own comfortable room in here… (iek!!)
  3. If you find the shop too slick with all the concrete, the smell will gets you to walk in because there’s a huge oven with freshly baked bread in it… mmm!

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Images from Dezeen.


August 15, 2010

Since The Berkeley in London served their Prêt-à-Portea and Viktor & Rolf made lovely cakes for the Mercer in Paris, fashionista’s who used to thrive to fit in a size zero, now will definitely gain some pounds. Well I quess that size zero is saying ‘goodbye, farewell’ for good because Patrick Cox is opening the first Fashion Bakery (called Cox, Cookies and Cake) ever. ‘This is definitely the reason to go to London. I’ve read this news on my new favorite London blog: Chérie City. And she said that it will be the hottest spot in Soho when it opens on september the first. So go book your tickets! (and a personal trainer for when you’re back home).

Find Cox, Cookies and Cake on Facebook.