Chez Dré – South Melbourne

What’s better than a nice cuppa coffee or tea or maybe some chai latte and beautiful sweets to relax after shopping at the market? We headed to Chez Dré.

This cafe is popular with the young and old. It’s practically packed from the time we queued to when we finished. Most importantly, they don’t make you queue for long as turnover’s pretty high. It’s quite a big cafe so diners can sit comfortably apart from the next table. The photos below show the back entrance. There is a main entrance where patrons can sit around an opened area and they also have an outdoor seating under a willow tree, nice.
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We saw the nicest baby chair and a patissiere familiar to Singapore foodies in the pastry book showcased at the cafe…

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When it’s time to order, we were spoilt for choice, everything seemed delicious! However, we settled for good old flat white, croque Madame and French onion soup. This cafe is serious about coffee, with synesso machine and cold drip coffee which is served over a cube of ice.

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Overall we enjoyed the food, coffee and ambience. The cakes must taste really good too but we were stuffed.
Chez Dré

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