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La Patisserie Chouquette

La Patisserie Chouquette


lat: 38.6197116 long: -90.2555116

Remember the French roots of St. Louis by visiting La Patisserie Chouquette.  From cakes to macrons, this French bakery brings a culinary elegance to the Botanical Heights neighborhood.  Owner Chef Simone Faure has served as a baker for numerous celebrities and has been featured in national newspapers for her skills.  Book an immersive Afternoon Tea experience, or celebrate holidays like Mother’s Day by ordering a Tea or Breakfast box to-go.  In store or online, order a variety of sweet and savory pastries, from pecan buns to the fan-favorite Darkness croissant.  Beverages, from milk tea to the Chef’s Survival Coffee, are also served.  Don’t miss the innovative flavors and artistic creations at La Patisserie Chouquette.

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