© Mi Cielo 2019
13 Boulevard Pierre 1er • Le Bouscat • France • Tel: 05.33.48.94.49 • firstname.lastname@example.org
open: WEDNESDAY-SATURDAY 10h30-19h00 • SUNDAY: 10h-13h30
Welcome to Mi Cielo Pâtisserie, a French fine pastry shop with an exotic flair located in the vibrant city of Bordeaux, France. Welcome to the delicious and natural world of our pastry chef Diego CERVANTES!
We are proud to be part of the tiny 1% of all pastries in France that made everything from scratch… bases, creams, puff pastry, chocolate, everything in Mi Cielo is 100% homemade.
We stand for:
- Fresh seasonal ingredients
- Flavorful experiences
- 100% homemade
- We don’t use any artificial colors or flavors
- Always providing the best quality
- Supporting our community by buying local raw materials
- Providing delicious desserts without being to sweet or heavy
- Dessert innovation
- Focusing on the quality of each sweet creation
Thanks to you, we have won The Excellence Award for Trip Advisor 2018!!
We are proud to announce that we have won the contest “TALENTS GOURMANDS” in 2018 with the renowed 3 Michelin Star M. Pierre Gagniare as part of the jury.
Nous parlons français, anglais et espagnol.
We speak english! Hablamos español!
If you would like a big cake or our bites, they must be ordered in advance. Please contact us to give you our latest creations available
As everything we do is fresh, all of our big cakes and bites are available on demand. If you would like to order one, please contact us at email@example.com or by telephone 05.33.48.94.49 and we’ll be happy to help you!
Bonne nouvelle! We would like to give you a little bit of Mexico with our homemade quesadillas! You can order them with chicken, veggies, 4 cheese, sausage or chorizo – red bell pepper. All of them come with a side “pico de gallo de la casa” and a side salad.
If you would like to listen to our interview in “France Bleu Gironde” click here!
If you would like to read our interview from “Bordeaux Bussiness ” (french) click here!
To read the article from Marion Bel, please click here!
You can read the article from Les Assietes Gourmands made by Chantal Descazeaux by clicking here!