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Frensh - Fresh & French Bakes
37 Balluta Buildings, Triq il-Kbira, St. Julian's
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Frensh - Fresh & French Bakes


“Fre{n}sh” - Where Fresh & French meet to create mouth-watering bakes. As simple as... 'La Vie est Belle'

“Fre{n}sh” is a start-up ‘Home-Made’ Patisserie Snack Bar located in the heart of Balluta Bay – St’Julians. As a new concept, “Fre{n}sh” is introducing the true French traditional Tartelettes, Patisserie, Quiches and the world-renowned Viennoiserie in Malta. Our home-made products are to be prepared by a French Pâtissier & Boulanger as to adhere to true French standards of quality, freshness and taste.

“Fre{n}sh” is owned and managed by its two Partners.

Son of a high-end French Chef, Steven Cutajar was born and raised in Alpine region of France. His early contact with cooking, cheeses, patisserie, bread and good food created in him a passion and a respect for quality home-made food. With his pleasure for good & fresh products a passion for business and a vast knowledge of Customer Management, Steven always thrives to deliver and provide an excellent product to the Client.

Originating from Bretagne – where the ‘Boulangerie Traditionnelle’ is an everyday blessing – Vincent Cacho always had a passion for ‘le savoir faire’ of good traditional French food.
He brings experience and ideas in the area of management and also shares the love for good French Boulangerie & Pâtisserie.

The idea was simple – bring a taste of the French snack, also known as “Casse-Croute” to the Maltese Islands whilst keeping the true tradition of being served a Fresh & French product. Once Vincent & Steven had this idea in mind a concept was born. With the Fresh & French Bakes philosophy in mind, the idea was setting up nicely and name Fre{n}sh was born too… If it is Fresh & French, then it should just be Fre{n}sh!

Our mission was, is, and will always be a simple one; serve our Clients humbly by offering them mouth-watering fresh & French products.

Open Time: 
Mar-Dom: 8:00-17:00
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