Time Out says
Hong Kong's first plant-based pâtisserie
Bien Caramélisé recently opened their doors to the public, and it has been getting a lot of attention from vegans and health-conscious individuals in the city. Bien Caramélisé means 'well caramelised', and caramelisation (the browning of sugar, resulting in sweet nutty flavor and brown color) is the food process that inspires founder and chef Jessica Chow to create delicious pastries in the shop. The pâtisserie serves mille-feuille, eclairs, and lemon tarts – classic desserts that are usually made with eggs, dairy, white flour, and refined sugar but Jess is now crafting it with 100 percent plant-based ingredients.
Visit biencaramelise.com for more information about the shop, or call 5239 5198 for enquiries and make sure to book an appointment before you drop by. The shop is now open for pickup and takeaway, but customers can also arrange for delivery for a minimum order.
Shop D, 1/F, Hentiff Bldg, 160 Prince Edward Road West
|Opening hours:||Sat-Sun 11am-5pm|