La Petite Creperie is Melbourne’s smallest, authentically French take-away creperie. Located on the footpath, on the corner of Little Collins and Swanston Streets, it was a former stainless stell newspaper stand which has been converted into a glistening, cylindrical ’exquise crepe batiment’, the first of a kind, that is bringing a touch of Paris to the hearts of Melbourne.
You will find a great variety of sweet toppings ranging from nutella with almonds, apricot jam and walnuts, fig and ginger jam, maple syrup and the famous, homemade salted caramel crepe! Most toppings are homemade or sourced quality local providers.
Don’t be deceived by the size of La Petite Creperie. You will find a strong authentic French atmosphere with accents to complement! We look forward to seeing you soon!
Run out of an old newsstand, La Petite Creperie is nothing if not innovative.
When life and work partners Michael Gatta-Castel and Patrizia Maselli opened La Petite Creperie a great deal of red tape had to be cut through. Though challenging, Maselli assures us it was worth it to open a creperie on such a small scale and we have to agree.
Here are 25 surefire ways to live like a Parisian in Melbourne.
1. Start your day the way a lot of Parisians do, by walking.
We suggest you amble in the Royal Botanic Gardens - where the waterlily pond is especially beautiful this time of year - or Victoria Gardens in High St, Prahran, which could have sprung from the pages of a Babar storybook.