The first Marchesi pastry shop opened in Milan in Via Santa Maria alla Porta, followed by two more in Via Monte Napoleone and in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. A final address has also opened in the heart of London in the prestigious Mayfair district. In London, the front is more than recognizable and is completely covered in wood. In Milan, the Pasticceria is dressed in marble and wood. The tones chosen seem to blend with those of the pastries. The almond green and brown prevail.
The neon lights on the ceiling illuminate the confectionery and the various cakes. The pastries are prepared in the old-fashioned and traditional way, according to the rules of art. All of the delicious pastries are presented illuminated like meticulous creations, melting into a boudoir-like decor. Tradition comes first at Pasticceria Marchesi.
Flora di Carlo