Chef Thiago Silva, who not only won two beat Bobby Fry and Choppedbut also bakes for John Legend, Iris Apfel, Derek Jeter and Brooke Shields, opened his first Boston-area restaurant this past weekend.
SALT Patisserie is located at 792 Beacon Street, Piccadilly Circus, Newton Centre. His French training and Brazilian roots both shine. Next to La Colombe Coffee, customers will find his popular baked goods such as muffins, cookies, macarons and many other pastries.
While Chef Silva may be called a star baker, he is a culinary star himself.he won his first home run Chopped As early as 2015, it also claimed that in dessert game and beat Bobby Fry. He also appears in grab candy and chopped candy on Netflix. Now, he’s excited to focus on his new venture in Massachusetts.
“I have always dreamed of running a pastry shop that combines delicious pastries with a real sense of community. Opening my first bakery in the Boston area in the small town where I raise my family felt like a natural extension of myself. I’m proud to open the doors of SALT and show our neighbors the work we’ve done over the past year,” Silva said.
Silva is bringing his Brazilian heritage to the flavor of SALT. Some must-try items this summer include: “Romeo and Juliet Croissant,” a classic Brazilian pastry with a puff pastry made with white cheese and guava jam; “Pao de Queijo,” a gluten-free Cheese Bread; and “Quatro Leites Cake,” Silva’s rendition of Tres Leites that includes homemade dulce de leche.
SALT’s menu changes with the seasons, but one constant is La Colombe Coffee. The iconic La Colombe draft system is currently in the works, but their popular draft cold brew and lattes will soon be available.
SALT Patisserie is currently open 7 days a week from 8am to 5pm but expects to increase hours in the near future. There is also a courtyard and chocolate project in the works.