Cafe Patisserie: Sud Bouquet in Shizuoka City!

Service: Very kind and deferential. Sophisticated
Equipment & Facilities: Overall spotless clean. Superb washroom. Parking. Entirely non-smoking!
Prices: Reasonable
Strong points: Classic French cakes! Morning and lunch sets!

When Shunsuke Kasai/笠井俊介さん retired and sold his cafe patisserie called “Bouquet” at the time near Cenova Department Store in Aoi Ku, Shizuoka City, a lot of people felt the loss.
But Ms Toshiko Aoshima/青島登志子さん convinced to join her in a new collaboration venture in Suruga Ku, Shizuoka City to open a cafe patisserie in her own home under the new name of Sud Bouquet some 18 months ago!

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Very welcoming design!

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Great balance with greenery by the car park!

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The small “garden” includes lemon and kumquat trees!

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Ample parking (there is another one away under the railway!)!

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Sud Bouquet means “south bouquet” in French since it has moved from the north to the south of Shizuoka City!

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One can sit at a table in two different rooms or…

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…at one of the counter by the windows!

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The cake window display!
Actually we had arrive late in the afternoon and there was little left!

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For a closer look!

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Beautiful colors!

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My favorite: Gateau Basque!
The best one, and a rare one at that, in the whole Prefecture!

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Very reasonable prices!
Toshiko prepares the morning sets and lunch sets herself and Shunsuke takes acre of all the cakes!

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My cake and coffee set!

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Gateau Basque, authentic and out of this world!

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Dragon’s order!

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Dark cherries tart!

SUD BOUQUET

Shizuoka City, Suruga Ku, Minami Abe, 3-6-43
Tel.: 054-284-1500
Opening hours: 08:00~18:00
Closed on Wednesdays
2 car parks available

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