Mich Turner launches cake atelier at The Royal Atlantis Resort & Residences

Little Venice Cake Company will be an addition to the resort’s culinary line-up

Mich Turner MBE with Timothy Kelly
Thomas SAITO
Mich Turner MBE with Timothy Kelly

UK’s cake artist, Mich Turner MBE will be launching an atelier bakery at The Royal Atlantis Resort & Residences in Q4, 2020.

The bakery will serve doughnuts, afternoon tea loaf cakes, homemade fudge and florentines, fruit tarts, chocolate cupcakes, brownies and biscuits as well as a selection of piñata and layer cakes.

Guests can also personalise cakes and bakes from a seasonal collection for collection or delivery the following day.

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The company’s founder, Mich Turner commented on the launch: “I am looking forward to curating a collection of beautifully designed cakes and bakes, drawing inspiration from the stunning surroundings of The Royal Atlantis, focusing on totally indulgent recipes and exquisite hand craftsmanship. We want to bring British red-carpet glamour to the UAE and combine this with local tastes to create a collection exclusive to the atelier.”

Atlantis Resorts and Residences’ executive VP and managing director, Timothy Kelly said: “Mich is an exceptionally gifted artist and we are very fortunate to be able to welcome this bakery to our culinary offering at The Royal Atlantis. There is currently nothing similar to Little Venice Cake Company in the region and we have no doubt that there will soon be a waiting list for one of Mich’s bespoke couture creations."

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