Nice ambience in the cafe. The croissant was delicious even though it looked a little skinny. I would even say I preferred it over the Lune croissants 🙊🙉🙈
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Coffee served in what always seems like very small cups, even for a flat white. Expensive. Had to get the table wiped down. Nice pastries.
For those unfamiliar with the French tongue, this is no torture chamber. Rather, it's a delightful little café that serves excellent coffee and scrummy pastries. Breakfasts are especially good with omelettes a specialty. You can dine inside or out on leafy Rathdowne Street. Afterwards, take...More
There's not much going on around this part of town on a Saturday morning, so this place is a godsend. Good coffee, tasty baked snacks like sausage rolls and quiches (good quality ones with proper chutney on the side) and nice cakes. A bit poky...More
Delicious French pastries and excellent coffee, a great way to start the day. Outdoor seating when it's sunny with lovely warm nooks inside. Also some interesting wines to enjoy if you go for lunch or afternoon tea. Have tried the savoury treats, also very good....More
Friend of ours recommended this place and we are thankful for his advise. The coffee was the right temperature, with great selection of cakes.
First time experience, having just made it in time for lunch. We had smashed avocado with poached egg, calamari, champignon eggs and fries, perfect!! And demolished within minutes. With a bottle of delicious Chardonnay Waiters were friendly and knowledgeable. Beautiful venue and warm, happy and...More
In need of a good coffee whilst visiting a friend in Melbourne, she took me to Depot de Pain one morning for a takeaway coffee, which we got from the 'hole in the wall' from a very friendly and happy chappy! :-) The coffee was...More