The bakery formerly known as Bagatellini has reopened with a new section in MOM Park—and in a big way. Brót by Villa Bagatelle goes beyond what we might think of as a bakery—they offer not only pastries but a wide range of one-pot meals, all in the spirit of sustainability and zero waste.
With a new identity, an expanded menu, and zero waste efforts, the MOM Park bakery has reopened with a new name and a new look: Studio Barath was responsible for the new logo and branding, while interior designer Edit Móder reimagined the bakery’s interior.
The specialty of Brót by Villa Bagatelle is that the usual cocoa-snail-croissant-sourdough bread range has been expanded with one-pot dishes, that, when complemented with baked goods, serve as the perfect running lunch or lazy dinner—such are the spring ricotta pasta salad, the mushroom and parmesan pasta salad, or the wasp’s nest (a vanilla flavored, snail-shaped pastry—the Transl.). The delicacies are prepared by hand seven days a week in the Villa Bagatelle’s bakery, pastry shop, and cold kitchen, using only the highest quality ingredients.
Brót is also committed to sustainability: most of the packaging used in the bakery is made from biodegradable, reusable, or recycled materials. In addition, Brót is also committed to social responsibility: the owners, Ágnes and Albrecht Wirtz, are passionate about giving back, and the Világszép Foundation, a charity also founded by them, works closely with Brót, where every coffee consumed a donation is given to children in foster care, while the leftover baked goods are distributed to those in need.
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