Bite Off More Than You Can Maître Choux At This Brand New Patisserie

By Lottie Woodrow |
28th July 2019

If the choux fits…

Everyone’s always harping on about how good the buttery croissant is, or that you can’t beat a spinachy spanakopita. Yeah, yeah, they’re good but why’s nobody talking about the classic éclair? The world’s first choux pastry specialist patisserie is fighting back, spreading the pastry love to the busy goers of Canary Wharf, with their latest venue opening in Canada Place.

You won’t be choux-ing away from Canary Wharf during rush hour any longer as this August Maître Choux will be serving up pastry treats to bustling office workers, tourists and passersby at their all new patisserie in Canada Place.

We’re currently obsessing over their new savoury éclair range (hear us out!). Indulge in their éclair topped with smoked salmon, yuzu, cream cheese and avocado, or go veggie with their crunchy spring veg on a bed of their carrot and earl grey purée. The perfect alternative to the squashed sarnie you’ve got lurking at the bottom of your workbag.

And why stop there when you can chow down on their sweet selection too! Whether you’re a praline kind of gal, a pistachio lover, or want to salute to the British strawbs and cream, Maître Choux has all the flavour combos a girl could dream of! Not forgetting about their little choux bites or chocolate chouquettes, ooft.

As a treat for the Canary Wharf goers, Maître Choux will also be serving up Monmouth coffee for the early commuters from 7am. Which just so happens to pair perfectly with a cheeky eclair, ironic eh?

Maître Choux arrives in Canary Wharf on Wednesday 7th August. The address is yet to be confirmed but we hear it’s somewhere along Jubilee Walk, Canada Place, www.maitrechoux.com

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