is a master patissier.
Since arriving in the UK two decades ago the Frenchman has changed the face of British patisserie, earning himself a reputation for inspirational cakes and an A-list clientele.
With numerous television appearances Eric is now an established food celebrity in his own right.
illustrious career began at the respected Le Grand Patisserie, Brittany; where he
was voted Best Apprentice Patissier and went on to study the craft of Chocolatier with Arens-Scheer
When called up for national service, Eric
took up position as Captain's pastry chef aboard the French flagship Jeanne D'Arc, where he
cooked for world dignitaries, including President Mitterrand.
In 1989 Eric
was handpicked by Albert and Michel Roux and brought to London, where he
was quickly promoted to run their entire Patisserie business.
stayed for six years, during which time he
own ambitions and vision that would later revolutionise patisserie in the UK.
Laboratoire 2000 was established in 1995, bringing a fresh new style to the bakeries of London's leading retailers, restaurants and caterers.
"I wanted to bring together the traditional French crafts of Patisserie and Chocolatier with my own vision to radically change patisserie creations making them fun and personalised."
Aware that there was a demand for the same inspirational cakes created on a bespoke basis, Eric
launched Savoir Design in 2000, taking direct commissions for fabulous and stylish celebration cakes.
In May 2007 he launched Cake Boy a retail emporium housed in a luxury housing riverside development in South West London.
Eric's new space includes a "cake lounge" and a high tech and beautifully designed cookery school.
For more information, visit http://www.cake-boy.co.uk/
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