Cakes, tarts, biscuits, pastries, ice cream, pralines and much more
We produce all our desserts in our own confectionery and patisserie.
What makes a good dessert is not only high-quality ingredients, but also a fresh preparation. In our Seaside Palm Beach pastry shop and patisserie, we make all our sweet delicacies directly on site and in the traditional way with great attention to detail.
The creativity of our pastry chefs is reflected in particular in the wide selection of our evening buffets. Three times a week we offer our guests themed barbecue buffets, where our desserts are also adapted accordingly. On our Italian evenings, in addition to classics such as tiramisu or panna cotta, we also serve cakes and sweets typical of the country, such as cappuchino pralines. Our Asian buffet includes coconut rice with mango, green tea mousse with sesame brittle or sweet sushi with fruit. On our Spanish evenings, the team is completely in its element. Then we surprise our guests with torrijas, tarta de San Marco or mousse de gofio, among others.
In addition to our country-specific desserts, classics are not left out. So our buffet expands to include a variety of ice creams and mousses, cakes, cupcakes and biscuits. Moreover, we are happy to cater to specific diets and offer a selection of lactose- and gluten-free or vegan desserts.
Afternoon Cake Time
When a seductive aroma drifts over from the Bar Africano in the afternoon our guests know that it is time for the Seaside waffles and crêpes. But of course, cake also has to be available at coffee time. In addition to strawberry, apple and cheese cake, we offer a changing cake of the day.
Astrid Graf, Head Patissier
Our head pastry chef Astrid Graf, who has been working for Seaside for 33 years, tells us about very special requests which she has experienced:
"Yes, we once had a film crew staying at Seaside Palm Beach and for the conclusion of the filming I was asked to bake a huge cake in the shape of the island of Gran Canaria. Another time the pianist Justus Frantz ordered a cake to be created in the shape of a piano entirely from chocolate and marzipan. Photos of both cakes were published in regional newspapers."