Best NZ's French Bakery : vote for Little French Pastry !
Organized for the very first time by Le Petit Journal Auckland and the French New Zealand Chamber of Commerce (FNZCCI), the People’s choice French Business Awards honour excellence and French "Art de Vivre". This award recognises the best French Bakery which operates in New Zealand.
Organisées pour la toute premiere fois par Le Petit Journal Auckland et la Chambre de Commerce Franco-Néo-Zélandaise (FNZCCI), les Trophées "Business Français de Nouvelle-Zélande" mettent a l'honneur l'excellence et l'art de vivre à la Française. Ce trophée récompense la meilleure boulangerie-pâtisserie française de Nouvelle-Zélande.
Meet Little French Pastry
Benjamin & Matthieu are two French Pastry Chefs. They have both gained their own experiences in France and in New Zealand by working in fine dining restaurants. In 2016, they founded Little French Pastry to bring authentic French flavours and intricately crafted pastries to the New Zealand market. After selling at various farmers markets for the past two years, they are now pleased to open their own café. The Little French Pastry Café gives us the opportunity to settle down and be even closer to our customers, while responding to your personal requests.
We are happy to be working closely with local artisans and suppliers to provide you with the best dishes. As we follow the the seasons accordingly with our suppliers, our menu will be changing often.
Address: 201 Point Chevalier Road, Auckland
Vote for the best NZ's French Bakery and be in to the draw to win a gift basket of French products worth NZD 500 from L'Oreal Paris / Moët Hennessy / Pernod Ricard
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The winners will be officially announced in Auckland on 10 October at a black tie Parisian themed gala before the elite of the French business community and sponsors that include ACCOR, Bureau Veritas, Transdev, Vinci Construction, L’Oréal, BNP Paribas, Moet Hennessy, Pernod Ricard, March Construction, and New Zealand Services.
Les lauréats seront officiellement annoncés à Auckland le 10 octobre prochain à l'occasion d'un gala parisien devant l'élite du monde des affaires français et parmi les sponsors ACCOR, Bureau Veritas, Transdev, Vinci Construction, L’Oréal, BNP Paribas, Moet Hennessy, Pernod Ricard, March Construction, et New Zealand Services.