Their gluten-free high tea was a huge vibe, so much so that the Elsternwick patisserie was booked out for weekends on end. Like most social outings, however, heading to Glazed’s high tea isn’t an option at the moment—but that doesn’t mean you can’t bring it into your home.
They’re coined as ‘Celebration Boxes’, and honestly, we’ll take any excuse to celebrate if it means we’ll get our hands on these sweet and savoury, entirely gluten-free, goodies. There are several boxes to choose from, each with a handful of desserts handpicked by Chef Liran Adika, along with six signature krembo, meringues, mini savoury treats and seasonal fruit.
Chef Liran Adika may ring bells from his time at Vue de monde, though his work as a pastry chef sprawls back to his work in both New York and Israel. More recently, Adika opened Glazed after realising Melbourne was lacking quality gluten-free and coeliac-friendly offerings.
“I firmly believe that as businesses try to move forward during these trying times, it is essential for us at Glazed to constantly evolve, innovate and do things a little differently in order to thrive and grow. Adding unique twists to my creations, I enjoy exciting our customers who are willing and open to try something new each week,” said Adika.
To date, there are around 70 different rotating creations which you can find in store, and in the Celebration Boxes. Boxes range from $70 to $100 and can be ordered here.
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Image credit: Glazed Gluten Free