The French Baker opens 51st store in Davao


Art Boncato, regional director of the Department of Tourism, Amylou Aarts, Matthew Aarts, Go Chui Ai (mother of Mr. Koa) and Johnlu Koa, French Baker founder and CEO

Another addition to the flourishing Davao City food scene is the French Baker café and casual dining restaurant in SM Lanang.

The newly-built 380-square meter space is the biggest store opened by the chain’s founder and Chief Executive Officer Johnlu Kua, and is strategically located 10 minutes away from the international airport.

A little piece of France, diners can enjoy enjoy the mall’s dancing fountain show—said to be the longest fountain in the Philippines—while feasting on French-inspired goodies.

The new patisserie section of this 51st branch also offers delightful sweets such as fruit tartlets, Parisian macarons, cheesecakes, chocolate truffle, and chocolate concorde cake, le gateau sans rival, chocolate mousse, and other decadent desserts.

Besides pastries and breads, the all-day menu includes a variety of gastronomic dishes, including traditional sandwiches, pasta classics, and a variety of entrees.

From their “salon de thé,” different tea leaves imported from across the Asian region can also be enjoyed.

According to Koa, these new offerings in their Davao branch will soon be available to Manila foodies as well.


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