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As I walk pass by this shop Clement Coffee before I walk into the main entrance of South Melbourne Market, the entrance surely do capture my attention with a huge wooden door that decorate with some plants where I find it pretty environmental friendly.

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For this cafe, they are pretty small and I am quite impress with the beans offering that they have.

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Friendly Barista too ..

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They have some patisserie too.

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Coffee is mild as how I like it. For the pattiserie that I had, I went into the market and make a take a way from the famous French Patisserie – Agathe. Great stuff.


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Making its mark in their main branch at Chappel Street, Windsor, welcoming Agathe French Patisserie to this neighbourhood where they are young and growing fast.

Establish since 2015 where a Paris-inspired bakery serve the freshest French pastries that are baked before your eyes. They love to show the Melburnians to experience it too.

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I love their selection of patisseries as nearly everything is good. Set back is I am alone and could not each much. Have to choose the best that caught my interest.

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I love their Nutella Madeleines as it is bake so soft, aromatic and slightly airy in between. Slightly crust on the edges make it even better.


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Purchase another item which is their signature Chocolate Croissant. Baked to perfection where crunch on every single bite.

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Perfect for morning breakie.

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Agathé Patisserie, Prahran

Queen Victoria Market, is not a stranger to world travelers, however this round I was recommended by my friend to check out South Melbourne Market. They have different offerings compare to QVM, to make the difference South Melbourne Market is a local market or a community market that cater for the community.

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Right outside the market you can see a stretch of  F&B..

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and upon entering it, I love how the layout is being arrange and how each of this shop design it out.

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Agathe is one of a famous French baker that make its mark over past 2 years, as saw it in instagram to try it out. Worth checking out as they are famous for their croissant. I bought a few of their signature and sit at Clement Coffee to enjoy cuppa.

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You can get variety of boutique beers here too ..

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One of a shop that build up differently that sells premium tea.

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The sales person is giving an explanation about his tea different that caught all the attention of women and right after most of them purchase quite a lot too.

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I am in love with their premium gift tea sets. So pretty and colourful.

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I love their meat sections. Every thing look so fresh and good. Price is indeed cheap if we compare money to money without currency conversion.

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For their craft sections, it is filled with interesting items. Most of them are handmade and produce locally.

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Once you are done, and looking for a good decent breakfast, this place is worth checking out as you can find another famous cafe which is right opposite them – Chez Dre de Patisserie.

Corner of Coventry & Cecil Streets,
South Melbourne

Phone: 03 9209 6295

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