GOODS | Boozy Fruit Cakes, Yule Logs, And Santa Claus Headed For “Cadeaux Bakery”

November 28, 2013.
Cadeaux Bakery is located at 172 Powell Street on the DTES in Vancouver, BC | 604-608-8889 | www.cadeauxbakery.com
Cadeaux Bakery is located at 172 Powell Street on the DTES in Vancouver, BC | 604-608-8889 | www.cadeauxbakery.com

The GOODS from Cadeaux Bakery

Vancouver, BC | This Christmas season Cadeaux Bakery offers a delicious selection of pastries and desserts for all your holiday celebrations. We will be featuring three amazing Yule Logs in the flavours of Chocolate, Chestnut or Rum Egg Nog for $19.99 each. Other options include Sticky Toffee Pudding (packs of 2) $6.99, Traditional Fruit Cake (boozy and filled with fruits and nuts $24.99), and a sweet selection of Christmas cookies and truffles. The fruit cakes have been lovingly cared for the last few months now and are in limited quantity so please call and reserve yours early. Also this year, Santa will once again be making a stop at Cadeaux so come on down with the kiddies and meet the big jolly guy for one last chance to get on his “Nice List”. He, along with Mrs. Claus, will be at the bakery on Saturday December 21st from 11 am to 3 pm. Learn more about Cadeaux after the jump…

Details

172 Powell St, Vancouver, BC, V6A 1G1
Telephone: 604-608-8889
Web: www.cadeauxbakery.com | Facebook | Twitter
Hours: Mon-closed, Tues-Fri 8-6, Sat-Sun 9-5

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The People

Owner, Pastry Chef: Slavita Johnson
Owner, Pastry Chef: Eleanor Chow
FOH Manager: Danielle Pettie
Sous Chef: Julianne Hanson

About Cadeaux

Cadeaux meaning “gifts” in French opened it’s doors in January 2012. It is owned and operated by two very passionate pastry chefs Eleanor Chow and Slavita Johnson. Inside the bakery you will find a small beautifully designed seating area where you can view the goods being hand crafted from start to finish while enjoying a slice of cake and a coffee. Cadeaux offers gourmet pastries and desserts that are high in quality and made with fresh local ingredients with no artificial additives or flavourings. Pre-packaged items are on the shelf like coconut macaroons, house made granola, chocolate truffles and paté de fruit. Cadeaux is open 6 days a week from Tuesday through Sunday. They also offer custom cakes, wedding cakes, restaurant/café consulting and wholesale services. Expect their menu to change with the seasons to keep things fresh and interesting.

  • http://articleoncadeauxbakery lisa degraaf

    Just thought a mention should go out to the guy who has been working his butt off and putting all his time in making the business as successful as it is. blair hustins should get a special mention when talking about the people!

  • Susan

    I saw an ad for Cadeaux and could not believe my luck! Everything I would have to bake myself for sale!

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