Fancy a slice of heaven? Then head to Cake Culture!
Atlanta’s iconic, mixed-use community hub, Ponce City Market, has an exciting addition to its unbeatable selection of food vendors. Cake Culture is a lavish bakery specializing in the scrumptious viral craze, the mille crêpe cakes. It popped up in the Central Food Hall on Wednesday, January 26 and will remain there for the forseeable future.
Founded by Patissier Sujith Ratnayake, Cake Culture will offer various cake flavors by the slice and whole cake. Born in Sri Lanka, Sujith got his start making cakes in bakeries when he moved to Japan in 1997. He learned the craft of mille crêpe cakes in Tokyo, and now the ATL is getting a slice of the action.
Cake Culture’s cakes are made with light and fluffy pastry cream nestled between 20 layers of delicate, handmade crêpes with a caramelized crust topping, resulting in a spectacular dessert. While Japanese in origin, Cake Culture’s mille crêpe cakes are a multi-cultural culinary showcase. Flavors will including the Signature Classic Crêpe Cake, featuring almond & cherry liqueur notes, Matcha Green Tea, our our favorite, Strawberry! Each cake will be available by the slice or whole. All cakes will come in nine inch, and the Signature Classic will also be available in six inch.
The pop-up will join nearly three dozen food and beverage businesses at Ponce City Market, including the recently opened VIỆTVANA Phở Noodle House! With so many options, Ponce can be an overwhelming experience. Luckily, we’ve complied a list of our favorite dishes and eateries at the iconic food hall. Click here for the full round-up.