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Located 310 High St, in the Corners , just between Café Hollander and Belair Cantina: to become soon your preferred dessert place!
A broad choice of desserts for everyone and every budget.
ozy place with comfortable sitting to enjoy your favorite dessert with a premium Lavazza coffee.
22 flavors of macarons, the genuine, made with the French recipe, not the Italian recipe!
35 plus kinds of European cakes including “celebration” sizes, and 30 plus kind of Artisan chocolates, every single day.
24 flavors of gelato and sorbets.
Wide variety of meringues..
….and candied fruits for Vegans.
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Published by Philippe Guyony

The Vincent was of course not my first motorcycle, but rather a slow maturation process, which started in 1982 when a friend of mine offered me the opportunity to ride his Rapide for a few miles. I was student at that time, and in fact, it took me 12 long years to afford the acquisition of my own 1948 Rapide Series B. Since, I have own many other V-Twins of any kind, including a 1951 C Black Shadow, but the Egli-Vincent became to me like an obviousness, or at least, the motorcycle that suited me the best. Even today, although I love all British Classics, she remains for me the ultimate motorcycle, the one I would have if I had to keep only one. My wish is to be able to convey this passion to you through these pages dedicated to the Egli-Vincent and more widely to the Fast Vincent.

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