PAFU is the next Japanese dessert to trend in Australia

The onslaught of Japanese desserts continue to hail down on Australia. From the team that brought you Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart, comes PAFU, a puff pastry store launching in Melbourne’s QV this December 16th.

What exactly is PAFU? A puff or ‘パフ’ in the Japanese language, is the Japanese response to the traditional French apple turnover pie. What makes it unique lies within the pastry, as each puff filling is made from Fuji apples and a delicious custard. All of the ingredients are locally sourced while the pastries themselves are freshly baked, ensuring maximum fluffiness paired with light and sweet innards.

Each PAFU will set you back a mere $4.20 so we suggest joining the inevitable queue that will form for this summer’s hotly anticipated treat.


Address: Level 1, Mebourne QV, Swanston St & Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC 3000



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