Like their neighbours Mulots, By Blackbird are also located on King William Rd; travel a little further north, away from KWR's busy center and you will find this trendy cafe and patisserie.
Head Pastry Chef Chakey Kim may not be French but she sure knows her stuff; Chakey and her team create fresh artisan Pastries daily, not to mention incredible gateaux and baked goods.
Address: Shop 3, 44 King William Road, Hyde Park
Opening Times: Mon-Tue: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thu: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Fri-Sun: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Parking: Parking can be found along King a William Rd or in their private car park (access from Grace St).
The un-assuming shop front, doesn't do justice, to the artisan pastries that await you inside. The Croissanterie's French Pastry Chef has really brought a piece of Paris to Adelaide. From traditional croissants to Danishes to Brioche.
Address: 123B Magill Road Stepney, SA 5069
Opening Times: 7days, 5:30am -12:30pm (unless sold out prior and they usually sell out early)
Parking: I am usually lucky enough to find a park out the front of the store along Magill Rd, other wise there is parking on the many side streets.
Aux Fines Bouches
Blueberry Cheesecake, Honeycomb Dome & Duo Chocolat
Aux Fines Bouches is an award winning Patisserie amidst the hustle and bustle of Brighton Rd. Proprietor and French Pastry Chef Richard Le Deunff and his team create traditional and modern French Pastries and gateaux. There is a small savoury menu that changes seasonally but main event is truly the cabinet of divine delicacies.
Croissants are only available on Saturdays, be warned they sell out very early, so it's best to pre-order.
Address: 496 Brighton Road, Brighton, South Australia, Australia 5048
Tue-Fri: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sat: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Parking: There is a small car park at the rear, otherwise if you continue down the rear lane way, there is some street parking.
Do you have a favourite patisserie in Adelaide? If so, please leave a note in the comments field.
Aux Fines Bouches at 496 Brighton rd, Brighton. Delicious abundance of cakes on offer, you can also choose from a simple meal menu and enjoy an array of coffee. Only downfall is that they are not open 7 days, small shop so if you are a party of more than two, you may want to book.
Have to agree with you re: Aux Fines Bouches as a very fine french patisserie indeed! I'm a Brighton local - everything I've tried there is delicious and their hot chocolate or mocha is made with real chocolate!