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News & Traditions

{COVID-19} Opening Hours

15th of March 2020

Due to the exceptional circumstances, we at Noé, felt the urge to adapt our services to the situation. For the best for all of us, we think wise to open our bakeries for a shorter time than usual, minimizing risks but yet enabling each of you to get breads and viennoiseries, the most efficient and safe way. Therefore, we will be opening our bakeries 7 days a week but with different opening hours. Lastly and concerning our bakery in Zuidas, we will only provide you with a pick up and collect service. All of these changes will remain until further notice. We wish everyone all the best, stay safe and take care of yourself and your loved ones.

Bloemgracht  bakery has opened!

21th of February 2020

We are very happy to announce to you that our third location has opened on Friday 21th of February!! This bakery is at Bloemgracht 2, in Amsterdam.
We cannot wait for you to discover this little treasure of a place, filled with everything we like and all of our products that some of you might already know. Still a lot of new pastries and projects are coming up, 2020 is promising!
We hope to see you there and we hope to please all of our neighbors at Bloemgracht with our fresh and 100% organic products. Let's enjoy healthy food all together.

La St Valentin

On the 14th of February

On the 14th of February, surprise your valentine and get one delicious pastry of ours. Especially made for that special day, our maître pâtissier thought of a perfectly balanced chocolate blondie with a crémeux au chocolat dipped in white chocolate and cocoa butter, finished with a dollop of raspberry ganash and fresh raspberry on top. Light, sweet, melting in the mouth, this little treasure will light up the night..

Les Galettes des rois

From the 6th of January until the 6th of February

Let’s start 2020 with a royal treat: the French tradition of the ‘Epiphane’ (Driekoningen). We present you the Galettes des Rois. With the Galettes des Rois we celebrate the visit of baby Jezus by the three kings on the 6th of January. But don’t worry, we Frenchies eat the Galettes de Rois all month long!

We have 2 wonderful types of galettes:

. The FRANCHIPANE, introduced by the Florentine nobleman Franchipane in the 14th century is a wonderful cake made of puff pastry filled with a creamy almond paste.

. And then the rich galette of puff pastry filled with POIRE ET CHOCOLAT.

And quelle surprise; inside each of the galette is a hidden treasure, be careful not to break your teeth…

Les Bûches de Noël

Christmas week

A traditional French dessert served after the main Christmas dinner is the Bûche de Noël, a roll of light sponge cake, covered in chocolate or coffee butter cream textured to resemble bark as an evocation of the ancient tradition of burning the Yule log. The facsimile is sometimes made more elaborate by molding the frosting to resemble a cut branch and decorating it with sugar leaves and meringue mushrooms.