Prada’s Legendary Milanese Bakery Is Coming To London

World famous bakery, Marchesi 1824, is coming to London’s Mayfair in the spring.

Pasticceria Marchesi first opened in Italy in 1824, and it’s now considered to be a true Milanese landmark. Part owned by Prada, the bakery is expectedly glam, with interiors that could quite easily have been stolen from a Wes Anderson set.

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Aside from its gorgeous green interiors, Marchesi is also famed for its moreish panettone and its colourful candies. Everything is incredibly Instagrammable, and we expect the London offshoot will be the same. There’ll be sweets in every colour under the sun, dreamy gianduja chocolates, as well as their widely-celebrated sugared almonds.

Photo: @marchesi1824

In typical Italian fashion there will, of course, be an espresso bar – as well as those indulgently thick, spoonable hot chocolates that are far too difficult to find in the UK.

Photo: @marchesi1824

Marchesi will be opening in April (exact date TBC) at 117 Mount Street in Mayfair. 

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