Tous Les What?
In case you’re wondering why the opening of a French-Asian bakery is being featured on my blog, it’s because Tous Les Jours is actually a Korean brand. As you can see from the CF above, the brand is endorsed by no less than my favorite Ajeoshi 아저씨, Won Bin. The Korean bakery (technically, it’s French-Asian but I’m talking about the brand here) finally welcomed customers to its first branch at the Ground Floor of The Block, SM North EDSA last Nov. 11 (which also happens to be Pepero Day).
What makes Tous Les Jours different from other pastry shops is that it has an on-site production system for each branch. This means that customers only enjoy the freshest and newest products from the branch since everything is baked or made in the store itself. The branch also has a nice feel to it. Strange enough, it evokes memories of that fictional pattiserie that I love, Kim Sam-Soon.
Maybe that’s because Kim Dong-Min, a master patisserie, is also around to make sure that the pastries and sweets don’t just taste scrumptious but look delectable as well. Personally, I think all of them look lovely (Lovely Sam-Soon!)~~~they look so tempting, it’s such a shame to eat them.
Tous Les Jours also has Ko Wan-Woo, a master baker, to make sure that the breads and pastries are fresh and delicious. The store makes so many kinds of bread with both Western and Asian influences, it’s so hard to pick just one.
What’s even more wonderful is that Tous Les Jours is actually quite affordably priced. It’s way more affordable than Conti’s and is more or less around the same range as Bread Talk (but with finer quality in my opinion).
I’m throwing a double party for our maknae 막내 and noona 누나 this Sunday. Guess where I’ll be buying the cake?