Established in 1995, Creme de la Creme is a French catering and patisserie business run by Prosper Bitton in Temple Fortune, London NW11.
Various individual Sweet and savoury products are offered - from intricate petits fours, lemon tarts, chocolate mousse, ganache, hand-made ice cream and sorbets, to blinis, brioches, croissants and quiches.
Hand-made chocolates are also a speciality, made on the premises.
And if you can't find what you want, then given some notice, it can be made for you.
Increasing demand led Prosper to expand the business in 1998 and it has grown from being a successful kosher patisserie into a very successful commercial catering operation too.
"People liked what we did in the shop and increasingly came to us to cater for various functions such as weddings, barmitzvahs and large dinner parties," says Prosper.
"We have also found ourselves supplying quite a few celebrities, politicians and large London hotels with our deserts and breads. People really seem to appreciate the quality of our products and are willing to pay for this on a large scale."
To cater for this increase and diversification separate larger premises were found and a full working kitchen was installed with cold storage, cooking ranges, combi oven and a Robot Coupe commercial food processor.
The catering kitchen can deal with seated receptions for up to 1,500 people. Three to five-course menus are specially planned with individual event organisers.
Equally, customers wanting to host their own dinner parties can take advantage of the same menus (via the the patisserie) and take the food away to entertain in their own home.