Argentine bakery is opening its first shop in Italy in a city that is the centre of Argentina’s food and culture scene.
The bakery, Papillon, is based in the city of Parma in northern Italy.
The business was created by chef Josefina Lopez and her husband and partner, Rodrigo Lopez.
The couple had been baking for two years in Argentina before they travelled to the country and opened Papillon in Parma.
The Papillon store is the first of its kind in Italy and the second in the country, Ms Lopez said.
The new store has a range of breads, cakes and pastries and offers both fresh and frozen goods.
It will be open from Monday to Friday and will feature its own food menu.
“We started this shop with two goals: to create something unique and to provide a unique experience for our customers,” Ms Lopez told Fox Sports.
“This is not a normal shop. “
It is a unique and unique experience.” “
This is not a normal shop.
It is a unique and unique experience.”
Papillon is one of several bakeries that have opened in the past year in the Parma region.
In 2016, the Pateros Bakery opened in an old building on the outskirts of the city.
It opened in May and had a staff of 50.
Last year, the Café de Mio opened in Piazza della Tuscany in Ponte Vecchio, but was closed after just one year.
Papillon has been a mainstay of Buenos Aires’s food scene for years.
It was the first Argentine bakery in the capital and has been owned by Mr Lopez and his wife since 2013.
The restaurant offers traditional Argentine fare such as pasta, soups and breads and has won numerous awards for its culinary achievements.
“As far as we know, the Papillon bakery is the only bakery in Argentina that has its own menu, is open 24 hours a day, and offers its own cooking and baking techniques,” Mr Lopez said in a statement.