László Balogh, a patisserie maker and confectioner by trade, turned his dream and passion for quality pastries and sweets into reality by opening an artisan confectionery. In doing so, he contributed considerably to the development and appreciation of the local gastronomy, which has a long tradition dating back centuries.
In October 1992, he opened a small candy shop in Gyula.
In 1996, he bought a house in Városház Street. The old building was demolished, and on its site he built a new artisan confectionery that opened its doors in July 1998. It's called Kézműves (artisanry) Cukrászda and is one of the most prestigious confectionaries on the east side of Tisza River.
Here, guests and tourists visiting the city can savour different sweets, pastries, coffees, cakes and ice cream. More than 100 types of cakes and over 50 different ice-cream flavors are available to enjoy! You can also purchase the famous handmade chocolate bonbons and pralines, created by the CADEAU Bonbon manufacturing.