Type: Tarts & Pies

April 26, 2021

Schiacciata with grapes and fennel seeds

This is neither a tart nor a pie, we know. But in the absence of a bread or yeasted chapter, temporary lodgings…

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Apricot and thyme galettes with polenta pastry

We’re so used to using fresh fruit for the cakes and pastries in our shops that it’s easy to become a bit…

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Pineapple tartlets with pandan and star anise

Around Chinese New Year, pineapple tarts are to Malaysia and Singapore what mince pies are to the UK and Australia around Christmas….

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Chai brûlée tarts

We’ve taken our inspiration for these from Sydney’s Bourke Street Bakery, where Yotam had his first bite of their brûlée tarts. We’ve…

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Chocolate tart with hazelnut, rosemary and orange

This rich and decadent tart is essentially a baked chocolate mousse. On its own it is smooth and rich and really rather…

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Walnut and black treacle tarts with crystallized sage

To say this is a very ‘treacly’ treacle tart might seem like tautology, but, in the world of treacle tarts, it’s an…

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Fig and pistachio frangipane tartlets

These received an official online ‘thumbs-up’ when Yotam posted a picture of them from the display of our Belgravia shop. The stunningly…

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Mont Blanc tarts

Named after the snowy mountain they resemble, Mont Blanc tarts – with their white meringue, whipped cream and tan-coloured chestnut purée –…

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Rhubarb and blueberry galette

The rhubarb and blueberry are so good together here, but do play around with the fruits, if you like: figs and raspberries…

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