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Cocorico Patisserie

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August 17, 2019
Amazing patisserie, for a treat but also a nice lunch or breakfast
April 11, 2018
French patisserie and coffee shop with the most beautiful selection of French cakes.
August 25, 2017
The patisserie chefs here featured on a cookery programme recently (GBBO creme de la creme). Pastries, coffees, breakfasts, lunches... all stunning!
June 03, 2017
Offers coffee and dessert.
August 03, 2016
Amazing cakes, lovely breakfasts and lunch options.

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53-55 Whitchurch Road
Cardiff, CF14 3JP
Téléphone029 2132 8177
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