• Marcus Told

    Zlet (a monthly Chinese-language magazine published in Melbourne) featured us in their “Best 10 Macarons in Town” article.

  • Roslyn Grundy and Emma Miller

    Expertly crafted treats … including the signature Mistral, a creamy confection of chocolate mousse, praline biscuit and chocolate sponge.  Top buy: Pretty macarons … taste as good as they look.

  • Directory entry on Broadsheet Melbourne (online magazine)

    In true French patisserie style, La Tropezienne showcases both sweet and savoury treats, none more famous than its macarons.  Lovers of these brightly coloured indulgences will be spoilt for choice

  • Allan Campion and Michele Curtis

    … classic French cakes such as éclairs, mini fruit tarts, mille-feuille, croissants and brioche.  Macarons march out the door …  We love it here!

  • Boroondara Review Local

    “See why [the macarons] are regularly voted among Melbourne’s best.  … this charming bakery [is] easy to miss but hard to forget.  … The store’s signature Mistral dark chocolate mousse cake is an exercise in decadence.  … Yes please!”

  • Allan Campion and Michele Curtis

    Delicate flaky croissants …  incredibly popular macarons in delicious flavours …  Don’t miss any opportunity to either eat in or take some goodies home.

  • Herald Sun

    The Herald Sun ranked our hot cross buns and mince pies among the best in Melbourne.

  • Australian Gourmet Traveller

    Australian Gourmet Traveller described our croissants as “sublime” and named us as being “home to Melbourne’s best French pastries”

  • Bride To Be Wedding Cakes 2012

    One of our macaron towers was featured in a story in Bride To Be magazine’s Wedding Cakes 2012

  • The Foodies’ Guide to Melbourne

    The Foodies’ Guide to Melbourne named our Mistral (chocolate & hazelnut mousse cake) as one of the best cakes in Melbourne

  • Herald Sun

    the Herald-Sun listed our croquembouche as #1 of “7 Deadlier Sins” (guilty food pleasures)

  • Melbourne Weekly

    It’s easy to see why people have fallen head over heels for this French bakery.  Pastry chef and self-confessed sweet tooth Guillaume Dequidt is the master of the macaron, and the chocolate croissant, and the mousse cake, and just about any delicate dessert he turns his hand to.

  • Alison Patience and Sally Matheson

    This pâtisserie and café is a home-away-from-home for many French people in Melbourne.  The gâteaux are gorgeous … all your favourites including macaroons [sic], croissants and other classic pastries along with other deliciously French sweet things.

  • Gaye Weeden and Hayley Smorgon

    Don’t wait for an occasion to try the flourless orange, or chocolate, … lemon curd or chocolate Mistral cakes.