The bakery, which opened its first outlet in 1824, will offer a wide range of traditional Italian products such as panetone, sugared almonds and dragées. The outlet will feature both a pastry counter and cafe, which will offer a selection of hot drinks including thick Italian-style hot chocolates. The bakery is yet to confirm an opening date.
Keith Bailey, Mayfair director for property investment company, Grosvenor Britain and Ireland, said: “We are delighted to welcome Pasticceria Marchesi to Mount Street. This café and shop, a new amenity for locals and visitors, will grow the openness and appeal of our London estate.
Most recently the company was part-acquired by the Prada Group, with the new opening the company’s first outside of Italy.