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The Reverie Boutique opens doors

Released at: 15:52, 11/11/2019

The Reverie Boutique opens doors

Photo: The Reverie Saigon

The Reverie Saigon continues tradition of culinary excellence with recent unveiling of The Reverie Boutique, formerly The Deli.

by Doanh Doanh

The Reverie Saigon continues its tradition of culinary excellence with the recent unveiling of The Reverie Boutique, formerly The Deli.

Along with chocolates and other freshly-baked treats - all made in house - The Reverie Boutique will continue to offer breakfast and lunch options made from fresh local and imported ingredients as well as high-quality coffee and tea and cold refreshing drinks.

Located on the second floor of the Times Square Building, The Reverie Boutique’s luxurious offerings are all beautifully displayed in a custom-made showcase cabinet by Italian furnishings brand IFI. Lavish golden boxes with a silky ribbon also turn any of these delicious treats into the perfect gift for any occasion.

Mr. James Young, Vice President Resources Planning and Development at the WMC Group, which operates The Reverie Saigon, said it was the perfect concept to bring balance to all of the hotel’s dining offerings. “Under Chef Lucien’s inspired leadership, The Reverie Boutique is now the premier venue for the ultimate pastry experience and continues The Reverie Saigon’s standards of culinary excellence,” he said.

The boutique has an elevated look and extensive menu of decadently delicious cakes, pastries and sweets created by new Executive Pastry Chef Lucien Gautier and his highly-skilled team.

Chef Lucien began his career in 2002 and has worked at world-renowned venues including Hotel Plaza Athénée and Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris and The Peninsula Shanghai in China.

Proving pastries can get even better, there are Afternoon Sweet Treat packages on offer. Cake flavors include pineapple cheesecake, tiramisu, chocolate cake, berry mousse, lemon tart, caramel tart, and pistachio charlotte,; while bakery items include chocolate croissants, almond croissants, chocolate muffins, brioche muffins, raisin muffins, and donuts.

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