• - Allegra Randazzo -

    Enjoy coming here for afternoon tea or coffee and cake. Good range of gluten-free options, coffee is decent and the sweets (particularly the macaroons) are amazing!

  • - Jeffrie Trika -

    A little taste of French provincial in Hawthorn. We’ve been going here since it was opened by the original owner, even as it changed hands all our favourites cakes and pastries are still great.

  • - OmNom -

    Grabbed some coffee and croissants to go one Saturday morning after seeing their great reviews and I wasn’t disappointed. The raspberry and pistachio croissant is crunchy on the outside, soft and chewy in the middle. Very delicious! Excellent coffee and friendly service.

  • - Bearabbit -

    It will be silly of me not to try the Tropezienne at a cafe called La Tropezienne. A rich buttery brioche filled with luscious cream and dusted with powdered sugar, it’s best not to count calories when enjoying a Tropezienne. Paired with a strong skinny latte that helps to cut through all the sweetness, I truly believe that La Tropezienne is worthy of being named after the beautiful pastry. The apple crumble tart was also a winner; sweet and tangy with lots of crumble and buttery shortcut pastry. Very tempted to order more of the pastries to try if not for the fact that my partner was in the right frame of mind to remind me that we just had lunch and he is still very full. Oh well, there’s always next time. And thank you to the girl behind the counter who taught me how to pronounce Tropezienne without butchering its pronunciation.

  • - Amimi -

    I love all the tarts here, a lil’ pricey, but quality ingredients. Ordered a Clafoutis as a ‘birthday cake’. Awesome! Not too sweet, means I could eat a lot more of it in one night!