Délicieux is an authentic French Bakery & Café offering a peek into quintessential French art de vivre. Specialty artisan breads and pure butter croissants for breakfast make for a typical Parisian feel. Delicious espressos, cappuccinos and frappes are prepared using select organic coffee. Desserts, cakes, macarons and light snacks are served all day.
The cosy atmosphere created along with enabled Wi-Fi provides guests more reasons to linger on in the café for hours. Délicieux currently operates in Ashvem.
Large cakes including weddign cakes can be customised and prepared for occasions and celebrations. Order online today>>
Every ingredient used in the kitchen is natural and fresh. Traditionally made, each of the dishes are consistent in quality and taste.
Located on the main Morjim-Ashvem road, this is the first of dessert lounges by Délicieux. Styled in pastels and muted shades, the decor is elegantly Parisian.
Tables here are set on one single floor - there is the indoor seating with plush upholstery and then the alfresco seating by the street under the shade. Drawings and illustrations overlook the tables; an elaborate menu is listed out on a chalkboard above the display counter.
The menu features pastries as Butter croissant, Quiche; and light snacks such as Grilled Panini, Moussaka and sandwiches. Dessets and cakes are a huge draw at Delicieux - Paris-brest, Millefeuille, Merveilleux, Daquoise, Manguer, Rocher Praline and Charlotte amongst others. Classics like Black Forest, Brownie, Red Velvet and Apple Pie are baked too.
A variety of cupcakes and macarons are available. Fresh breads, baguettes - whole wheat, gluten free versions are sold all day along with coffee concoctions. Guests can savour fresh home-made icecreams in an array of forty flavours!
Délicieux is the brainchild of Lucie Masson and Varun Sood. They envisioned creating a high quality stylish French bakery for the discerning residents of Goa.
Lucie left her career and life behind in Paris and moved to India to further her passion for baking which she had earlier discovered. Having lived in Mumbai and New Delhi, she decided to launch her own authentic patisserie in Goa and set up shop. Now, two years later establishing herself independently, she juggles duties of a chef and a business head spearheading a staff of seven between her two outlets.
Far left - Lucie Masson