from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A bakery specializing in French pastry.
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- n. pastry shop
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Pastry.
- n. a shop selling mostly pastries; a pastry shop.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A pastry-cook's shop; a place where a light luncheon of cakes, pastry, etc., may be obtained; a confectioner's.
- n. Pastry; the delicacies sold at a pastrycook's shop or pâtisserie.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a bakery specializing in French pastry
A patisserie is a bakery that specializes in pastries.
The patisserie is a ten minute walk from the station.
It's a brilliantly consistent, full-throated combination of thrillingly precise acidity with flavours of citrus, toast and patisserie.
Apart from offering a range of the finest macaroons in town, Mulot's patisserie has a great selection of chocolates created by young award-winning chocolatier Joan Jaqueti.
Mulot's gastronomic liaison with patisserie commenced on the outskirts of the city whilst savouring his mother's usual Sunday cake.
We stayed in a great little place on the right bank near the Louvre and Sainte Chapelle & Notre-Dame Cathedral … & the Latin Quarter across the bridge …. with a great little patisserie around the corner from our hotel.
There's nothing better than a freshly baked croissant for breakfast obtained from the boulangerie or patisserie just down on the corner!
My first morning back in Nice, after indulging in some exquisite patisserie I walked down to the beach and I'm not sure why but I was surprised to see the Mediterranean Sea still wrapped around the pebbly shore.
I'm not sure if our meeting was destiny or chance, as I am not sure I believe in either of those things, but I think I may have experienced what others for centuries have been referring to as "love at first sight" that day in the patisserie.
You never know when that patisserie door will open.