Hanami, Japanese confectionery, closes its doors in the east zone of SP




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Nathalia Durval

Pastry chef Cesar Yukio will close his confectionery in Tatuapé, after three years of operation in the east zone of São Paulo. The space receives clients until this Saturday, September 2nd. After the date, Japanese-inspired sweets can only be ordered for delivery.

Kohi jelly, Miso choux, Matcha choux, Tofu cheesecake, Matcha pave, Yuzu and Berry mochi. Hanami Japanese Confectionery – Gabriel Cabral/Folhapress

Hanami will become a central kitchen for Yukio’s production, which also signs the dessert menu of restaurants in the city, such as Kinoshita, Jojo Ramen, Eat Asia and Hirá Ramen Izakaya.

The delivery service will be expanded, and orders can be placed via the iFood, Gurmit and Vou de Nekô apps, via the website and via WhatsApp. Deliveries are made throughout the city of São Paulo.

With the move, Yukio dedicates himself to the classes and courses in pastry he offers. For the time being, there are no plans to open a new physical space for Hanami.

The house specializes in yogashi, a Japanese confectionery that is an adaptation of the international patisserie to the Japanese palate, which results in light, delicate desserts with less sugar.

Among the options on the menu are the chiffon pastry cake with yuzu mousse (citrus fruit) topped with burnt meringue and the matcha mousse pavé covered with ruby ​​chocolate and coconut. The ichigo shortcake, a chiffon cake covered and stuffed with whipped cream and strawberries, has become a house classic.

Hanami Confectionery

  • When Wed. (30/8) to Sat. (2/9), from 12 pm to 7 pm
  • Where R. Demétrio Ribeiro, 785, Tatuapé, eastern region
  • Telephone (11) 2675-9300 / (11) 93082-2782.
  • Link: https://hanamiconfeitaria.com.br/

Source: Folha

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