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Francesco
Francesco
October 20, 2019
Come here for coffee, pastries (try a bombolone if they haven't disappeared by the time you get there) and excellent bread.
Romi
Romi
July 11, 2019
Bread in Melbourne doesn't get much better than this. The wholewheat bread has nutritionists, food reviewers and enthusiasts flocking.
Michelle
Michelle
January 6, 2019
One of Melbourne's iconic artisan bakeries.
Mikhiala
Mikhiala
November 3, 2018
Great little european bakery.. omg the seeded wholewheat bread! Good coffee too!
Sandie
Sandie
September 19, 2018
because this is simply the best!!

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149 Fitzroy St
Saint Kilda, VIC 3182
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