The Epicurean Architect store curates and creates delicious, handcrafted, unique baked treats & pantry essentials beautifully presented with exquisite homewares at  

We not only care about the impact we make on our clients but also the environment.  Sustainability is at the core of everything we do - from making food to order to minimise waste, worm farming scraps and using biodegradable packaging and glass, metal & marble homewares to hold our gifts that can be reused and cherished.  We employ women and pay the living wage to support the community. 

We use exotic, premium, pure ingredients, free from nasties to create delectable, freshly baked, sweets and snacks and have a delicious plant-based, gluten free, diary free, vegan range so everyone can indulge.

We deliver fresh, fast and always exceeding your expectations.  Because design presentation is at the heart of what we do at The Epicurean Architect, our food and homewares are perfect for gifting.  Need to create a lasting, engaging impression? We can help you out.


Meet Victoria

What is The Epicurean Architect?’  I have been asked this many times  – am I an Architect or a cook? And yes, I am both.

As an Architect you develop a critical eye to everything you experience, whether it be touch, sound, feel, smell or taste.  You store all these experiences and bring them to your design, whether it be the shady lighting of a stair or the sounds of water falling through a walled courtyard.

In the same way, I have been storing experiences of food, pretty much since I was born (this would explain my obsession with dairy)!  I feel it is time to share these explorations, into food, design and life and most importantly hear what others are also feeling and living.   Please come and join my journey!

The Epicurean Architect started as a passion project into the exploration of food and spatial design.  How the presentation of food, through to the space it is served within, enhances and informs the food itself.  How the experience of taste is not just through the mouth but all the senses. And this is heightened by the sharing and collaboration with others.

As my blog developed, I realised I needed to be giving others the opportunity to taste, as well as see, and read about my food and design.  The Epicurean Architect store was born!