Almondine has quickly become renowned for the quality of its macarons and other delicacies.
But now, the Aberdeen-based patisserie in Thistle Street is planning to expand its horizons with the creation of a new lounge area, aimed at bringing a touch of Parisian cafe culture to the north east.
The owner, Suzanne Williamson, has submitted a planning application to Aberdeen City Council, which would see the premises changed from a shop to a licenced cafe.
And, although the proposal is in its early stages, Suzanne talked to STV about the next stage in the development of Almondine, following its launch in 2013.
She said: "We are looking to bring a lot of the ingredients and atmosphere which you find in Paris to Aberdeen in the future.
"The plan is to create a lounge where you can enjoy handmade desserts while you enjoy a glass of wine in a really convivial setting.
"There has been talk recently about building a cafe culture in Aberdeen and I think this would fit the bill perfectly.
"We are planning to change our range of desserts regularly and listen to what our customers are saying and the key is to make sure everything is handmade.
"Our plan would mean that we could accommodate around 20-25 people in the new cafe and it is exciting."
Since Almondine opened its doors, compliments from customers have rolled in.
As Suzanne said: "Some of the comments have been that it’s like a little bit of Paris and the fact that you have created that is just really exciting and a nice feeling."
Now, the next chapter in the story is about to unfold.