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Japanese French patisserie été


Takeaway ordering information below:
・Pre-orders are only available on the official website of FeedMe Guru
・Payment transaction shall be settled online via FeedMe Guru
・Due to our daily limited production, please order at least 4 days in advance
・Serving limited to 1 cake per day
・All pre-order cakes have to be picked up at the shop from 2 pm to 9:30 pm, delivery service is not available

Each 14cm x 14cm handmade cake is made of the best fresh seasonal fruits, while the sablè cookie base and handmade diplomate cream are free from any preservative.

What's more? New Summer Flavor – été Peach is available now.

Natsuko SHOJI (庄司夏子), The Chef-Founder of été


Born in 1989, Shoji worked in Daikanyama's Michelin-one-starred restaurant "Le jue de lassiette ” in 2007. In 2009, she became a deputy head chef at the newly-opened Michelin-one-starred restaurant " florilege " at that time. She founded her own patisserie été in November 2014, and it was awarded the silver prize by Tabelog Japan****. In Japan, été is also considered by many people as one of the most difficult places to place an order. Due to an overwhelming demand of its cakes, été cake is difficult to order with a long waiting list.

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Shoji builds her confections from the sablé cookie base up, layering custard, mascarpone, or chocolate cream depending on the featured seasonal fruit, which she artfully arranges into various patterns, sometimes garnished with gold flakes. Since debuting her French-Japanese restaurant three years ago in the city’s Shibuya neighbourhood, Shoji—one of Tokyo’s few high-level female chefs—has served her luxury cakes decorated with spendy Japanese fruit to the world’s most esteemed chefs, from elBulli’s Ferran Adria to Noma’s René Redzepi.

Shop OTE 402, 4/F, Ocean Terminal, Harbour City, 3-27 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
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