The bakery is open from "the Swiss" Vital Gaspero in 1910, as stated in the historic sign on glass, inside the building where lived the English poet Lord Byron during his stay in Genoa, in the charming and elegant Albaro district. The store is one of the last testimonies of the Swiss confectioners who, between the nineteenth and twentieth century, led by the German canton to Genoa the pastry Central European style that blended the traditions of Genoese confectionery creating unique desserts still very popular today. Tradition and passion for the product of excellence have always been the ingredients of pastry recipes. Among the specialties of the classic Genoese sweet bread, strictly made following the ancient recipe, the finest pastries, chocolate pralines and the confetti from the most diverse flavors, gelato, Sacher. The local, true piece of history of commercial and cultural town and since 2010 entered the "Italian Historical", retains the yore charm, in a preserved environment in its basic structural characteristics and valued in over the years. The early twentieth century are the shop windows, one refrigerator, the sign in stained glass, shelves, counters and the white wooden cupboards with windows, molds and antique copper for chocolates handed down by the various pastry chefs. On the furniture and vintage photos it dominates the wooden Swiss emblem.
Opened in 1910 in the residential district of Albaro continues the tradition of Swiss pastry with the tradition of Genoese confectionery. Original period are the shop windows, one refrigerator, the sign in stained glass, shelves, counters and white wooden cupboards with windows, molds and antique copper for chocolates .