BLUEBERRY WEEK” will be held at Qu’il fait bon for one week only!


For the first time, Qu’il fait bon will hold a fair focusing on blueberries, “BLUEBERRY WEEK,” from Wednesday, May 19, 2021 to Tuesday, May 25, 2021, selling limited edition tarts filled with blueberries.

Five limited-edition tarts with plenty of blueberries

Qu’il fait bon’s “BLUEBERRY WEEK” offers tarts filled with the deliciousness of fresh blueberries with their crispy skin and juicy juice. During this period, a total of five different blueberry tarts, including two new ones, will decorate the showcase.

Blueberry and chocolate cream tart: 950 yen (including tax) for a piece / 9,504 yen (including tax) for a whole (25cm)

The new item is a blueberry and yogurt cream tart.

Of particular note is the new “Blueberry and Yogurt Cream Tart,” which combines blueberries with yogurt, a perfect match. It is a dish where you can enjoy the exquisite harmony of homemade blueberry jam that concentrates the taste of blueberries, blueberry mousse with its refreshing acidity, and yogurt cream with its gentle sweetness.

Blueberry and yoghurt cream tart: 918 yen (including tax) per piece / 9,180 yen (including tax) for a whole (25cm)

In addition, the “Blueberry and Chocolate Cream Tart” is a bittersweet cocoa flavored tart layered with homemade chocolate cream and blueberry jam, and topped with plenty of fresh blueberries. There are also a number of menu items that blueberry lovers will not be able to resist, such as the “Shizuoka Hamamatsu Blueberry Tart with Lemon Flavor”, a tart with lemon flavored madeleines, fresh cream, and sour cream layered with large Shizuoka blueberries.

Shizuoka Hamamatsu Blueberry Tart with Lemon Flavor: 1,188 yen per piece (tax included) / Whole (25cm): 11,880 yen (tax included)


Qu’il fait bon “Blueberry Week”

【Sales Period】 May 19 (Wed) – 25 (Tue), 2021
【Store】 All Qu’il fait bon
【Store in Osaka】 Grand Front Osaka (*Closed under the declaration of emergency until the end of May.)
*The schedule is subject to change at the Osaka branch.