After a successful couple of years trading at Bath Farmers’ Market, Sugarcane Studio have opened their first shop on Grove Street, just round the corner from the picturesque Pulteney Bridge, bringing Bath a taste of fine patisserie with a subtle Asian twist – a fabulously fresh and exciting combination.
Sugarcane Studio is run by pastry chef Fang-Yu Lin, a Cordon Bleu trained chef with years of experience in London and Taipei, and her husband Neil Edwards, a glass artist and the brand image designer. They began creating their own signature style of patisserie in 2018, fusing classic French desserts with the flavours of East Asia. Using only the freshest, quality ingredients, they balance delicate flavours and textures in all their products. With a regularly evolving menu, you will encounter delights such as yuzu and genmaicha tea macarons, mango and passionfruit choux buns, milk tea and blueberry mille-feuille, or matcha and adzuki bean gateau in an enticing chilled display cabinet.
Located at the start of Grove Street, the shop is a charming place where you can enjoy a coffee or choose from the array of Asian teas while you browse the selection of handmade homeware. Sugarcane Studio strongly believe in the dedication to craft that is shared with chefs and designer/makers alike, and alongside desserts, the company also stocks Taiwanese designed products of the highest craftsmanship.
Sugarcane Studio 1 Grove Street, Bath BA2 6PJ email@example.com +447415 311461 sugarcanestudio.co.uk