It’s no secret that we are huge fans of Yauatcha. We have been for many years now. Their high-end dim sum dishes which look just as spectacular as they taste have made them so popular in Broadgate Circle.
But few people know of their small patisserie shop located beneath the main restaurant and bar. Inside this tiny space, you’ll find sugar and butter filled works of art. The artistry is insane.
And, for the festive season (which is creeping up on us now), they have designed a whole assortment of new flavoured macarons.
NOW READ: London’s Borough Market launches ‘Borough By Post’
Head Pastry Chef Jolan Thiry and his team have crafted six new macarons inspired by traditional flavours of the season. The festive macarons include mulled wine, chocolate and peppermint, gingerbread, milk and cookie, spiced cranberry and espresso.
Paired perfectly with a light herbal Chinese tea (or just eaten all in one sitting while watching The Grinch), The Festive Collection will be priced at £28 for twelve and will be packaged in exclusive seasonal boxes. Yauatcha is also offering boxes of twelve containing two complementary flavours.
Yauatcha patisserie is available to purchase via the website, and for the first time ever, Yauatcha will offer nationwide delivery on their luxury festive macarons from 11 November. Collection will be available from Yauatcha City too.
Check out all their sweet offerings on their website yauatcha.com.
For the latest headlines from the City of London and beyond, follow City Matters on Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.