Sunday, 2 March 2014

A touch of Paris on Chapel



A La Folie can be found on Chapel Street. A little slice of french heaven with all of its handmade macaroons, and these little pastries that are filled with a creme custard (petits choux). I have been here a few times now and I am addicted to the soft caramel and vanilla macarons. Hands down the best ones I have found in Melbourne to date! 

If you haven't visited this little shop as yet, I would highly recommend doing so! Especially if you are a sweet tooth like myself! Enjoy.




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  1. Thanks, Olivia! I just approved your blog claim. Now your Urbanspoon profile picture is displayed on your blog page. You can upload a blog-specific photo if you prefer, and can change a few other blog settings there. Also, if you vote for a restaurant that you've reviewed on your blog, we now show your vote next to your post everywhere on our site.

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