As the temperature drops and the days grow shorter, Yauatcha launches a new patisserie collection to celebrate the new season at both its Soho and City restaurants and at Yauatcha’s standalone patisserie in Broadgate Circle.
The Autumn Collection features five new petit gateaux and macarons that showcase the rich, warm and comforting seasonal ingredients such as plums and blackberries, as well as flavours of chocolate, ginger and red wine.
This season the Autumn Collection also includes the Early Martini, an exclusive cocktail created in partnership with Grey Goose. The new cocktail, priced at £12.50, is a unique interpretation on the popular and much-loved Espresso Martini, made with Grey Goose vodka that has been infused with Earl Grey tea for 24 hours as well as coffee and chocolate liqueurs creating layers of subtlety and a deliciously long finish.
Highlights of the new Autumn Collection patisserie range include the Pear bavaroise, with a light pear and bergamot mousse, gingerbread sponge and a roasted pear compote, finished with a pear glaze; and the Autumn forest fruits: a plum and blackberry mousse layered elegantly on top of plum and red wine jelly finished with a red wine glaze and fresh autumn fruits. The season’s trendiest ingredient spiced pumpkin, features in one of the five new macarons in the collection.
The Autumn Collection of patisserie was created by Chef Daniel John Pearse, Executive Pastry Chef UK at Hakkasan Group and Antoine Bled, Head Pastry Chef at Yauatcha. Commenting on the inspiration behind the new collection, Chef Pearse said: “Seasonality is very important when developing our new collections of patisserie. Now that we’re coming into autumn, the new gateaux and macarons showcase the deep berry flavours you get in fruit this time of year and also classic autumnal ingredients like ginger.”
The patisserie collection is available to order in the restaurant or to take away from Yauatcha Soho, Yauatcha City and Yauatcha Patisserie.
The Early Martini is available to order in both Soho and City restaurants.