Not Just Dessert At The Chateau

Chateau Dessert is planning to expand on the High Road


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Chateau Dessert is planning to expand its menu from just cakes and desserts and has sent a planning application to Hounslow Council hoping to become more of a restaurant than a coffee shop.

The application is for a change of use from A1, shop, to A3, restaurant.

The plans show that there would be a basement kitchen, with downstairs toilets and a bar area upstairs. The hours of opening would be 7.00am-11.00pm during the week.

Chateau Dessert is currently a Heston-based catering company which was set up in 2009 and provides premium desserts for catering, hospitality and airlines, as well as high-profile events.

Director Anette Megyaszai, who lives in Chiswick, has always said that she wanted to provide "something different" in Chiswick with her new cafe and patisserie although the area already has many coffee shops. She is now hoping to extend the menu to include salads and other meals and incorporate a kitchen.

Recently she has extended the ground-floor patisserie and it now has table seating at the rear. the upstairs offers a light-filled area for cafe customers, with views over the High Road and a bar is planned for that floor.

People can order birthday, wedding, or special occasion cakes and desserts.

Anette, who is originally from Finland, said when she opened that she was "passionate" about Chiswick and wanted to offer people a cafe and patisserie which had something for all ages and tastes.

The premises had been lying empty prior to it opening since Livia Firth, wife of actor Colin Firth, moved out of the premises which was an Eco Shop.

April 29, 2016

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