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Delice de Paris

Delice de Paris; the delicious waffles and “croque monsieur”of Bastille Festival

Delice de Paris brings the tradition and the authenticity of Belgian waffles and croque-monsieur to Sydney at East Circular Quay Village

Delice de Paris was founded in February 2017 by three young guys: a French pastry chef, an Italian beautiful manager and a French business man. They all decided it was the right moment to start building a better future based on what they love and they are keen at. So here they are! They have just created a family business which will make you travel back to France with our deliciousness! Florian has 10 years of experience as a French pastry chef, specialised in “viennoiseries”. He has received certifications as a chocolate, ice-cream and macarons maker!
Delice de Paris brings the tradition and the authenticity of French pastry to Sydney. Experience the deliciousness of natural and simple ingredients, passion of creation and the love of sharing the taste.

What’s a waffle ?

waffle is a dish made from leavened batter cooked between two plates that are patterned to give a characteristic size, shape and surface impression. There are many variations based on the type of waffle iron and recipe used. Waffles are eaten throughout the world, particularly in France and Belgium, which has over a dozen regional varieties. Waffles may be made fresh or simply heated after having been commercially precooked and frozen.

Come and visit Delice de Paris at Bastille Festival, East Circular Quay Village, on 12,13,14 and 15 July 2018.

And all about the Croque Monsieur …

As anyone who has visited Paris knows, a very popular lunchtime meal at cafes and smaller eateries in the City of Light — and indeed throughout all of France — is the croque monsieur, a toasted ham and cheese sandwich that is one of the true staples of simple French cuisine. Another croque origin story is more elaborate, and helps explain how the dish made it onto the menus of French eateries. This tale of the sandwich’s creation dates back to the year 1901 and a Paris brasserie on the Boulevard des Capucines.