Published on Tuesday 1st September 2015
With humble beginnings in France, the first bakery was opened in Lodeve, South of France in 1904 by Albin Sancho. Eventually the bakery business was passed down through the family and was taken over by Jean-Pierre Sancho in 1967, who passed on his knowledge to three young Frenchmen in 2009.
Walking into the cafe you are greeted by the aroma of freshly ground coffee and fresh bread. On display is an array of sweet treats you would expect from a patisserie such as brioche, croissants, cakes and of course, their famous macarons, with their crispy shells and chewy almondy insides.
Jean-Pierre Sancho is only an 8-minute walk from Mountway Holiday Apartments and is a great option for breakfast or lunch, or even a quick coffee and morning/afternoon tea if you are enroute to Perth CBD.
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