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6 October 2017
Since its opening two years ago, the famous South Kensington-based Maître Choux has enjoyed great success. Catering for a range of occasions by way of historic institutions such as Fortnum & Mason, Chiltern Firehouse, and Blakes; the eclairs, choux, and chouquettes have been popularly received.
As a result, Joakim Prat, the chef behind Maître Choux, is opening a second location on Soho’s Dean Street this October. A bigger site than South Kensington, Maître Choux Soho will also have a more spacious seating area, allowing for guests to enjoy their treats with a tea, coffee, or perhaps a hot chocolate made from a Basque recipe provided by Joakim’s grandmother.
Maître Choux Soho will offer the same core range of eclairs, featuring lemon meringue and bergamot, Spanish raspberry, and hazelnut and milk chocolate treasure. Fresh chouquettes batches will be baked on site every hour. This range is complemented by regularly changing specials, and these eclairs have commemorated occasions as diverse as Pride in London, Wimbledon and the Paris-Brest-Paris bicycle race.
As with South Kensington, orders will also be taken for bespoke designs, both corporate and private.