Drama Amour et Ptisserie Information

Amour et Ptisserie
  • Drama Title: Amour et Ptisserie
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  • Status: Completed
  • Genre: romance
  • Country: Taiwanese
  • Published Date: 2013
  • Total Episodes: 14
  • Summary: 

    There is a small pâtisserie in an alley that has no name, no menu, and a temperamental pastry chef who only makes 3 types of desserts a day. When a backpacker stumbled into the little shop and insisted on staying to be her assistant, the atmosphere inside the shop changes for the better. He act as a bridge between her and the customers, using her desserts to heal the customers' broken hearts. But who can heal the chef's broken heart when her ex-boyfriend came knocking? 

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