Tous les Jours is a French name, which means in English “Every day”. Tous les Jours is explained to be fresh – fresh every day.
Sangvat Pisak, Operations Manager at Tous les Jours, said the word fresh here focus on the bakery which is always freshly cooked.
Tous les Jours was first opened in Korea in 1997 and quickly become famous locally and overseas. By now, there are nearly 2000 branches in Korea.
Internationally, it has also present in the US and some countries in Asia such as Philippine, Malaysia, Vietnam, and now Cambodia.
The grand opening in Cambodia was on December 1, 2012.
“Tous les Jours has a unique symbol,” Mr. Pisak says. “What you see and buy in Tous les Jours in Cambodia is not different from those of other countries even the shop decoration.”
What you can buy in this bakery shop is bread, cake, beverage, and sandwiches.
There are at least 300 kind of bread, and clients can choose between sweet, European, Onion, cripes, savory, donut, and so on.
Gift cake, muffins, butter and mouse cake, cake piece, fresh cream and choco fresh cream cakes are also on the menu.
According to Mr. Pisak, the food in Tous les Jours is special because of its design, taste, and quality.
Before the shop was opened, a Research and Development team was hired to discovered what taste Cambodian people prefer.
As for the quality, the raw materials are selected from other countries and chosen according to brand name and good quality.
“We do care about the health of the costumers,” Mr. Pisak says.
“CBM has tried to bring Tous les Jours in Cambodia to provide new choices to Cambodian people as well as to foreigners, with good prices and a place where customers can feel like being abroad.”
Tous les Jours is located along Monivong Boulevard: #35-37, Street 214, Phnom Penh, but will soon open another branch on Sihanuk Boulevard on late January 2013.