A brand new patisserie is opening in Cheltenham

PUBLISHED: 16:03 09 July 2020 | UPDATED: 16:32 09 July 2020

Edible Art Patisserie (photo: fayditphotography.com)

Edible Art Patisserie (photo: fayditphotography.com)


A creative new patisserie specialising in beautiful, colourful and unique pastries and cakes is coming to Cheltenham

Damien Wager began his pastry career just four years ago but he is already known for his wonderful pastry and cake creations, with nearly 70,000 followers on Instagram as testament to this. He shares his latest wacky, colourful creations to much online adoration.

Damien also runs online classes for people who are looking to specialise their pastry and baking skills with courses such as how to mirror glaze, and introductions to working with chocolate or petit gateau.

Edible Art Patisserie (photo: fayditphotography.com)Edible Art Patisserie (photo: fayditphotography.com)

His first bricks and mortar offering will be his flagship patisserie, Edible Art Patisserie which is scheduled to open in Cheltenham’s stylish courtyard shopping quarter in Montpellier on the 1st August. Beautiful treats from Damien’s book Edible Art and those found on his Instagram page will be available to eat in or takeaway from the new patisserie, along with new creations from his second book, Breaking the Mould, which is due for release in 2021.

Wager chose Cheltenham for the flagship shop due to its accessibility and picturesque surroundings. “Montpellier has a prestigious reputation and we wanted to bring something new and exciting to the area, giving people an experience to remember.”

Edible Art Patisserie (photo: fayditphotography.com)Edible Art Patisserie (photo: fayditphotography.com)

He took the plunge during lockdown and decided to invest some of the money he has made from his book into the patisserie.

The patisserie will be opening in The Courtyard, Montpellier Street, Cheltenham, on the 1st of August from 9am. It is taking reservations for people wishing to dine in, but takeaways will also be available.


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