The sweet history of Naples. In 1905 John Scaturchio opened his bakery in the heart of the historic center of Naples. After over one hundred years from the opening of the pastry and forty of the new laboratory, the products are produced in the same space adequately transformed and enriched by new technologies that guarantee a constant quality and respect of traditions learned.
This legendary bakery brings only the finest in Italian bakery creations, from cookies, cakes, pastries and of course, breads. As a family owned and run business the Alaimo family dedicates themselves to deliverying only the most authentic Italian goods to their loyal customers. After thirty-three years, and three generations, Villabete continues its legacy, being a part of the Brooklyn family, and giving back to the great community that has made it the bakery it has… [Read More]
Bastianello was and is still considered by some to be one of the best pastry shops in Milano. For decades it has been known as a place for a quick cappuccino and brioche. This attractive and elegant pasticceria always full of people but stop in and I know you won’t be disappointed.
The history of the Panarello brand started in 1885 when Francesco Panarello, at the age of 17, takes over a bakery and unwittingly starts a “sweet” story lasting more than a century. The first Panarello confectioners opened in Milan in 1930. This shop is a “must” if you are visiting Milano whether your choice is almond biscotti, cannoli cream, sponge cake or an apricot tart- you will be delighted.
London bakery with all kinds of good Italian treats. Also good for a quick lunch (pizza).
Shortly after the original Sant Ambroeus opened its doors in Milan in 1936, a devoted following emerged. This celebrated pasticceria and confetteria became the meeting place for the local intelligentsia, whether beginning their day with Sant Ambroeus’s legendary cappuccino and cornetto, savoring panini at lunch, or spending their evening enjoying refined cuisine in the restaurant’s elegant dining room. These old-world sensibilities of Sant Ambroeus have been translated to modern times, and the rich culinary traditions to three New… [Read More]