A baker in a patisserie.
The definition of a patisserie is a fancy pastry or a place that makes fancy pastries.
An example of a patisserie is a bakery that sells French pastry.
- fancy pastry
- a shop where such pastry is made and sold
Origin of patisserieFrench pâtisserie from Middle French from Old French an unverified form pastiz, pastry ( from Vulgar Latin pasticium from Late Latin pasta, dough, paste) + -erie, -ery
A bakery specializing in French pastry.
Origin of patisserieFrench pâtisserie from Old French pastiserie from pasticier to make pastry from pastitz pastry from Vulgar Latin pastīcium from Late Latin pasta dough ; see paste 1.