He is now a pastry chef and owner of Choux Cafe at Swanbourne, after reading this article, i drove down to his cafe the next day.
I went into the cafe, on the display, there are array of colourful macaroons and also all sorts of sweet tarts/pie, cakes and savoury pastries too.
I believe almost everyone enjoy eating dessert with a nice cup of velvety, creamy, strong coffee, or on some occasion a nice cup of tea. To be frank, i wasn't very pleased with the coffee here, the coffee tasted way too bitter and BURNT!! It could be the bean and also the barista, the milk was just way too hot and runny.
I end up going up with a bit of disappointment over the cup of coffee and the coffee creme brulee. However, i didn't went home empty handed though! I bought a beef bourguignon pie for breakfast for the next day. I told myself, how can i not try a beef bourguignon pie from a famous French pastry chef.
Man oh man ... was i right or what!
I have been looking for GREAT pie around Perth area after having tried Denmark's pie (They are like so good). And this pie came in just in time to save the drought over good pie in Perth.
The pie pastry was like the best ever i have tried so far. It is very short and buttery and crispy, i was making all sort noise while biting down the pie. It was really that good! Good thing never comes in cheap though, this pie cost me $6.50 (t/a price) or $8 to dine in.
After eating the meaty, gusty pie, i was as happy as a gold miner who just found gold!
I will never have to drive all the way down to Denmark for some seriously good pie!
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