It’s been another challenging year for Canberra’s beloved hospitality scene. After a marathon 18 months…
Ready to spoil your suga with some sugar?
After a decade of slinging some of the sweetest treats in Canberra, Dream Cuisine has branched into online orders under the name Reverie Patisserie—just in time for Valentine’s Day.
Billed as “authentically French but conveniently local” and “sugar for your suga”, Reverie Patisserie’s Valentine’s delivery offerings include a box of macarons with a fresh raspberry filling, a rose cupcake, melting moments or a decorated heart-shaped Persian love cake complete with crispy pearls and a sugared rose petal.
Honestly, if that doesn’t do the trick for your loved one, we don’t know what will.
Packed in wooden boxes, orders will be hand-delivered across Canberra on 14 February. You can also opt for the larger box, which holds a scented candle for those who want a little extra something something and yes—there is a gluten-free option!
But what’s in a name?
“Reverie is a dream-like state, the feeling you have when you have eaten a delicious treat, and the word ‘un rêve’ is the French for ‘a dream,’ so it’s a perfect fit,” explains Dream Cusine pastry chef Owen Saddler, who will head up this new enterprise.
“Macarons are fragile delicate treats, filled with a creamy chocolate ganache, so it’s hard to post them, which is why we are offering the delivery service.”
Want to deliver the treats yourself? You can ‘click and collect’ them at the Dream Cuisine stall at Capital Region Farmers Market this Saturday ahead of Valentine’s Day.
“We hope our macarons and cakes can give people a bit of joy, a bit of love, in these dark times,” says Owen.
“Why not avoid the crush at your local café and order a box, take some sparkling and have your own celebration in your favourite park, (weather permitting), or by candlelight at home for a romantic evening?”
We couldn’t have said it better ourselves.
Order now via reveriepatisserie.com.au.