9 years following launching a catering organization in Palo Alto, chocolatier Ursula Schnyder has returned to the city with her award-profitable sweets.
Sweet55, a confectionery that also serves pastries, cakes, cookies, espresso and chocolate drinks, has expanded to the City & Nation Village shopping center. The unique shop opened in 50 percent Moon Bay in 2016, and the chocolate output remains there.
“Sweet55 has developed exponentially in excess of the last five many years,” said the Switzerland-lifted Schnyder, CCO (main chocolate officer), in her announcement about the new site. “It made so considerably sense for us to extend to the central Bay Area in which most of our customers come from — and where by our tale began.”
The shop would make Swiss-type, tiny-batch candies applying sustainable, significant-top quality “grand cru” chocolate, garnering praise in the variety of two Very good Food Awards in 2018 and 2019 and a Sofi Silver Award in 2021.
Among the exclusive items are the Eiger, a “snow-capped” chocolate named following the famed mountain in the Swiss Alps, crammed with gianduja and orange caramel the California Republic, a darkish ganache with olive oil, Meyer lemon and rosemary the Earl Grey, with 72% dark ganache and almond praline and the Supreme Swiss, a milk ganache with Swiss pear brandy, vanilla and mountain salt.
The shop also would make collections of solitary-origin candies from Africa to the Americas Florentine confections and alphabet sweets for sending sweet messages of many thanks and congratulations.
Information: Open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at City & Country, 855 El Camino Real, Palo Alto. www.sweet55.com