Creating cakes in Soho since 1871
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OUR STORY >

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OUR STORY

In 1871 Monsieur Bertaux, a Communard fleeing from Paris, arrived with an armful of recipes and opened this tiny patisserie and tea room in Greek Street. Maison Bertaux’s pastries have delighted the widest spectrum of Londoners for over 140 years, from Virginia Wolf to Karl Marx, from Alexandra McQueen to Noel Fielding and, of course, the bohemians of Soho. Still baking daily, upstairs above the tea room, Maison Bertaux is now presided over by its one time Saturday Girl, Michele. Pop in for one of her welcoming smiles.