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Where's The Best French Patisserie in Adelaide?

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by Zoe Helena (subscribe)
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Published June 11th 2016
I love French pastries, so I took much delight in visiting, tasting and photographing some of my favourite French Patisseries around Adelaide.

Short of the Parisian architecture and general vibe, if you close your eyes, the below Patisseries will at least take your taste buds to Paris.

I'd love to hear your thoughts and if you have any other favourite Patisseries around town.

Bon Appetite

Mulots
Mulots Patisserie King William Rd
Pear Pastry, Mont Blanc & Chocolate Eclair

Mulots is one of Adelaide's original French Patisseries; Located on prestigious King William Rd [Hyde Park], Mulots has been serving up delectable, hand-crafted pastries for the past three decades.

Ranging from savoury quiches to large tarts and gateaux to individual pastries and sweets - Just looking through the cabinet is often enough to make your mouth water.

Address: 143a King William Rd, Adelaide, South Australia 5061
Opening Times:
Tue-Fri: 8:00 am - 5:30 am
Sat: 8:00 am - 4:00 am
Sun: 8:00 am - 2:00 am
Phone: 82726499
Website: mulotspatisserie.com.au
Parking: Parking can be found anywhere along King William Rd or in the small car park at rear.

By Blackbird
By Blackbird Patisserie King William Rd
Croissant Amandes & Plum Danish - Note The Black Bird In The Corner

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
Phone: 0402358002
Website: www.facebook.com/byblackbird
Parking: Parking can be found along King a William Rd or in their private car park (access from Grace St).

Cannelle Croissanterie
Cannelle Magill Rd
Croissants

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.

You can read my article on Cannelle here.

Address: 123B Magill Road Stepney, SA 5069
Opening Times: 7days, 5:30am -12:30pm (unless sold out prior and they usually sell out early)
Phone: 83634200
Website: www.french-pastries-adelaide.localsearchengine.com.au
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
Aux Fines Bouches Brighton Rd
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.

My article on Aux Fines Bouches can be read here.

Address: 496 Brighton Road, Brighton, South Australia, Australia 5048
Opening times:
Tue-Fri: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sat: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Phone: 83778328
Website:
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.
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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.
by bells (score: 0|5) 1068 days ago
Le Carpe Diem on Grenfell St, Adelaide
Charming authentic cręperie with a range of desserts. Higly recommended
by desce (score: 0|5) 1061 days ago
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!
by Jenny (score: 3|1672) 1076 days ago
Love By Blackbird and Aux Fines Bouches, and would add Muratti's on Prospect Road, Prospect - also full of delectable goodies.
by sandy (score: 2|144) 1073 days ago
Boulangerie 133
by Allsh (score: 0|3) 1074 days ago
Muratti on Prospect Road, Prospect. My favourite by far.
by tim.n (score: 0|4) 1070 days ago
La Madeleine on Norwood Parade is also authentic and delightful.
by jenny (score: 0|5) 1074 days ago
Mulots and Aux Fines Bouches are my two favourite patisserie, Ive been to Stepney but are always sold out by 9am
by field (score: 1|16) 1066 days ago
Two Bees Cafe in Victor Harbor for local made cakes and authentic belgian waffles
by field (score: 1|16) 1066 days ago
Mulots and Aux Fines Bouches are my two favourite patisserie, Ive been to Stepney but are always sold out by 9am
Two Bees Cafe in Victor Harbor for local made cakes and authentic belgian waffles
by field (score: 1|16) 1066 days ago
Mulot's - King William Rd, Hyde Park.
by jdday (score: 0|6) 1041 days ago

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