Rose Bakery founder on the love affair between the English and teatime
Be it a moist Victoria sponge, a fruit crumble with custard or a scone dripping in jam and cream, English cakes and puddings have long made mouths water. Back in 2002, one woman brought these delights over the Channel from the UK and set up the Rose Bakery in Paris's 9th arrondissement. She now has a string of tea rooms and a grocery, with other cafes elsewhere in the world, plus two top-selling cookbooks. Our Perspective guest is Rose Carrarini.