Thursday 25 September 2014

New Business: A Taste Of Paris In The Heart Of Hammersmith

Alain Marache with his daughter Agnes
outside Patisserie Saint-Anne
You don’t have to catch the Eurostar to enjoy the produce of a Parisian patisserie and boulangerie. Earlier this year on 11 August Patisserie Saint-Anne relocated from the French capital and opened in sunny Hammersmith, London.
It’s a beautiful place. All their products are home made on the premises. Their croissant and French breakfast pastries are lovely, their cakes are as eye-catching as they're delicious, their chocolates are delicate, and their breads and sandwiches are classically French.
Patisserie Sainte-Anne is owned and run by Alain and Keiko Marache. They moved to Hammersmith having first met here in 1985 and so always felt an affinity for our borough. They were married a year later in 1986 and opened their first patisserie, boulangerie in 1995 in Paris. They now run Patisserie Saint-Anne with their daughter Agnes and son Martin who are the fifth generation of Alain’s family to go into the baking and patisserie business.
They cater for parties both office and home. They’re situated at 204 King street, Hammersmith, London W6 0RA. You can email them by clicking here or phone them on 020 8563 2046 or find them on Facebook here.
Patisserie Saint-Anne is a lovely addition to Hammersmith. As well as enjoying their wonderful produce you can also be pleased that you’re supporting another local, independent, H&F small business start-up.