January 18, 2024

Pâtisserie Bébé Rouge in Makati: Japanese-French Artistry in Pastry and Food

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  • Pâtisserie Bébé Rouge, or simply Bébé Rouge, is a cake and pastry shop in Makati, well-known for creating a wide range of pastries and customized cakes for special occasions. A visit to their Facebook page would instantly create the impression with photos of their mouthwatering and colorful cakes.

    IMAGE from Pâtisserie Bébé Rouge

    Hidden away in the quainter part of San Antonio Village, Bébé Rouge is a beautiful confectionery boutique with shelves and displays of all things synonymous to happiness—cakes, cookies, bread, and even parfait with layers of ice cream, fruits, and more.

    Parfait / IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    The cake and pastry shop, run by a Japanese patissier, is conveniently situated right next to New Hatchin, a Japanese grocery store that introduces the diverse flavors of Japan to a broader audience in the Metro.

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    Bébé Rouge presents extensive array of pastries and cakes are suitable for any and all occasions, spanning from delightful daily tea time snacks to thoughtful gifts for birthdays, anniversaries, and even Christmas. Interestingly, Bébé Rouge’s strawberry shortcakes hold a special place in the hearts of many Japanese and local patrons.

    IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    Beyond being a tasteful pâtisserie that serves as a stopover for sweets and pastries, Bébé Rouge also has a dining area and a menu of delicious meals, coffee, and tea.

    IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    The food menu at Bébé Rouge is composed of breakfast toasts, pasta, as well as hearty Japanese rice meals and healthy options like salad, perfect for indulging in a sumptuous treat and pass the time with your friends and family.

    IMAGE from Pâtisserie Bébé Rouge

    IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    Interestingly, Bébé Rouge’s offerings have a mix of French and Japanese elements. That is because Bébé Rouge is managed by a Japanese patissier, Chef Mitsuma Atsushi, who has experience both in Japanese and French pastry arts. He also manages the next-door New Hatchin Japanese Grocery.

    Chef Mitsuma Atsushi / IMAGE from Philippine Primer

    Bébé Rouge is a nice place to be alone or spend quality time with friends or family because of the peaceful and vibrant environment. It is especially nice to spend time here in the afternoon when the mood is at a slow tempo.

    General Information

  • 7602 Sacred Heart Street corner Metropolitan Avenue, San Antonio Village, Makati City
  • 02-8833-2826
  • 0917-851-9636
  • 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  • PatisserieBebeRouge
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