Tuesday, July 28, 2009


Along William Street, next to one of Prudence's favourite quirky eateries, there has long languished a Mozart's Patisserie.

Clearly a franchise, and one that was out of place and unloved in that bit of Northbridge, the doors have been closed for quite a while.

Until recently, that is, when it was tarted up. Just a bit. The Mozart's Patissery livery remains, alongside pictures of goldfish and pictures of steaming noodles.

And the signage: Mozart's Patisserie - Shanghainese cuisine.

Prudence wonders whether Wolfgang would have been amused at the juxtaposition.

1 comment:

  1. The only way that could be more appropriate in that part of Northbridge is if they offered happy endings with the steamed buns.

    Glad to hear another generic franchise has bitten the dust.