Dubai, UAE, Wednesday 26 August, 2020 – Traditional French pastry and dessert shop, La Serre Boulangerie has introduced new items to its counter.
Whether for a bit of self-indulgence or to treat a friend with (gift boxes available), the new additions are sure to satisfy the sweet tooth.
Now available for over-the-counter and dine-in purchase at La Serre Boulangerie, or through Deliveroo, is the classic fraisier patisserie (AED 35 per piece), consisting of velvety mousseline cream, strawberries and moist vanilla sponge.
There’s also lemon cronuts (AED 14 per piece), a croissant and doughnut hybrid, generously drizzled with lemon glaze, and a mango Danish (AED 18 per piece) – buttery croissant dough stuffed with sweet mango purée.
These new desserts and pastries join La Serre Boulangerie’s counter of long-time favourites such as the outlet’s famed croissant aux amandes, brioche au chocolat, Danish à la framboise, crème brûlée, pain perdu, and others.
La Serre Boulangerie is located at Vida Downtown, Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and is open daily from 7am – 10pm.
Vida Downtown is currently closed and guests must enter La Serre from the Boulevard, where valet is offered exclusively for La Serre customers.
For reservations or more information, call +971 4 528 3779, e-mail email@example.com, visit laserre.com, or follow @laserreboulangerie
About La Serre Bistro & Boulangerie
Combining the charm of a Parisian bistro and the electricity of a Downtown Dubai hotspot, La Serre Bistro & Boulangerie is a neighbourhood hub, which hums from sunrise to late evening. It boasts some of the freshest viennoiseries and all-day dining dishes in the city combined with a shaded terrace perfect for people watching.
La Serre Bistro is a chic restaurant complete with marble cocktail bar and cream banisters overlooking the Boulevard below. The restaurant houses the piece de resistance of La Serre, the Chef’s Table. A beautiful room seating 12 and adjoining the kitchen, the Chef’s Table allows guests an intimate insight into the electric buzz and theatre of the kitchen. Offering a French menu, the restaurant is open for lunch and dinner. A grandiose staircase leads upstairs to the restaurant, from La Serre’s Boulangerie below.