The prettiest pastries you’ve ever seen have arrived in Coral Gables.
Antonio Bachour, who won best pastry chef at the international 2018 Best Chef Awards, has opened a long-awaited eponymous bakery at 2020 Salzedo St. His treats are a feast for the palate as well as the eyes. His signature desserts are often glazed in a mirror-like finish, with delicate details that makes each portion a tiny work of art.
The Puerto Rican born Bachour first made a splash in Miami at the former Bachour Bakery and Bistro in Brickell before splitting with the other owners. He immediately began planning a return and has opened the Gables location just days after unveiling a spot in the new food hall in Little Haiti, The Citadel.
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Bachour’s viennoiserie will be about more than pretty, sweet treats. The breakfast, lunch and weekend brunch spot will serve fresh bread, eggs, house-made granola, fruit bowls, tartines, sandwiches and even guava pastelito pancakes.
Bachour restaurant and bakery
2020 Salcedo St., Coral Gables