Celebrating 160 years of Gerbeaud heritage
“Gerbeaud Café celebrates it’s 160th anniversary this year. We would love to share our happiness and celebration with you, because your love and loyalty has always been our biggest inspiration through the toughest weekdays too. On this noble occasion we recall old and famous Hungarian desserts which we create in a traditional and innovative form. In february we brought back a huge favourite, the Goose leg cake. We gave it a new look, but its taste brought you back in time! It has been our special offer for two months until the Diplomat pudding came into life again.
As of the cake counter, this year we are bringing back old classics and also create exciting and fresh novelties. In february we brought back a huge favourite, the Goose leg cake. We gave it a new look, but its taste brought you back in time! It has been our special offer for two months until the Diplomat pudding came into life again.
We couldn’t even say how much our guests asked for the Diplomat pudding in the last few years. We would really wanted to surprise them with this unforgettable cake from the times of peace. Apart from being available in its original form and taste, we dreamed big and gave it a fresh look: the pink caterpillar-like form, the rum-punch-soaked sponge cake and almond crisps has became a huge hit! The new Diplomat pudding has been created by Tamás László, the creative pastry chef of Gerbeaud Café.
From the 14th of June we salute the cognac cherry, the bonbon that has been brought here by Émile Gerbeaud: our creative pastry chefs’ Cognac cherry dessert is a lasting experience for the gourmet guests! And for the ones who fell in love with the traditional and classic form of cognac cherry, we created the Cognac cherry ‘1858’ package – five delicious cognac cherry bonbons based on the original recipe of Émile Gerbeaud.
Two months goes by very fast, we recommend you to visit us soon if you would like to get a taste of the Cognac cherry dessert! We have two more cakes up in our sleeves to show you until the end of the year.”