Kipling Patisserie & Prose at Cadbury
The beginning of a new story……………….
Cadbury is the home of our patisserie which features an open kitchen influenced by Rudyard Kipling and his love for cakes.
“One day he took flour and water and currants and plums and sugar and things, and made himself one cake which was two feet across and three feet thick. It was indeed a Superior Comestible (that’s magic), and he put it on stove because he was allowed to cook on the stove, and he baked it and he baked it till it was all done brown and smelt most sentimental. “
Our in-house Chef de patisseries believe that pastry is different from cooking because you have to consider the chemistry, beauty and flavour and be in tune with its all sourcing secret and unusual ingredients.
The love of elegant patisserie dates back to the time of Napoleon when elaborate confections were popularised by great chefs such as Escoffier.
As a tribute to our namesake, Kipling, our pastry chefs have created a signature superior comestible Bundt-style cake utilising the same fine ingredients as described by Rudyard in his quote.
Our patisserie range is indeed a little celebration in itself intended to delight and tantalise your palette.
- Baby changing facilities
- Free WIFI
- Pushchair Accessible
- Wheelchair Accessible
Address: Smallway, Congresbury, BS49 5AA
Tel: 01179 902 207
Monday to Saturday - 9am to 5.00 pm
Sunday - 10am to 4pm