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Patisserie Masatomi Opens New Branch at Siam Paragon!

Don’t miss it, all lovers of great pastries and fabulous sweets! “Patisserie Masatomi”, the pastry shop that features classic French cuisine with contemporary Japanese style,  has opened its latest branch, at Siam Paragon, 4th floor, following the success of their other two branches at The Portico, Langsuan and 4th floor at Silom Complex.

At its newest branch, in Bangkok’s premier shopping venue, Patisserie Masatomi treats guests to a variety of French-Japanese signature desserts. Enjoy, as always, the delectable and exquisite delights in store, led by Bangkok’s best Mochi Cakes, filled with light and refreshing fruit mousse and pieces of fresh fruit, along with Mont Blanc Cakes, dressed with assorted Japanese inspired fillings. There are also the famed 18 famous flavors and colors of Patisserie Masatomi’s Macarons – with the Yuzu Macaron being ranked as one BK Magazine’s 50 "Best desserts in Bangkok". There are many more great sweet mouthwatering treats masterfully created by Chef Tommy Rungnoppakunsi - all now available at Siam Paragon, 4th floor.      

Patisserie Masatomi also accepts orders, whether they be custom-made, or for regular events. For more information, please call 02 652 1977 OR


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