If you have a sweet tooth and can’t resist pastries and desserts, then Tous les Jours is definitely not a stranger in your book.
Tous les Jours, which means ‘everyday’, is a French-Asian bakery that serves a unique selection of bread, cakes, pastries and beverages made with only the finest ingredients.
To date, there are a total of four Tous les Jours outlets in Malaysia to satisfy our carb and confectionery cravings. These outlets are located in Bangsar, Empire Damansara, Empire Shopping Gallery and WOLO Bukit Bintang. Remember how big a deal it was when the beautiful cafe first opened in Bukit Bintang?
However, a shocking announcement from Tous les Jours Malaysia earlier today has broken netizens’ heart, because all four outlets in Malaysia will cease operation by the end of today. Nooooo…
Many netizens are having a hard time accepting this news as it was too abrupt.
“Where am I going to get my milk bread after this?” a netizen said.
“Why so sudden? You guys have the best range of bread and pastries in town! When can I expect to see you again?” another netizen commented.
Unfortunately, the management did not provide any reason behind this sudden announcement; no future plans in Malaysia were communicated either.
So guys, if you haven’t tried their pastries before, today is your last chance to grab the final batch of pastries before they’re gone for good!
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