Janet’s Review: Michel’s Patisserie

Everybody has walked past and smelt a waft of something delicious from Michel’s Patisserie oven in Parramatta. Walking down from the station into Westfield, you can go to Michel’s for a delicious yet quick coffee or hot chocolate before you catch your train or bus, or you can choose to lounge up all the way to Level 5 for a sit-down lunch or dessert at Michel’s! Either way, all of Michel’s lovely Patisserie stores provide you with perfect all-occasion cakes, small slices of dessert such as lamingtons, eclairs and tarts foryou to enjoy alone, cocktail sized fruit flans or quiches, pies and savouries, and even sandwiches! Michel’s has almost everything you could possibly wish for from a patisserie!

You can choose to order the perfect, personally-customised cake from Michels! Include a personal message, or even a photo, for any occasion including weddings and christenings, for up to 70 people! If this can’t tempt you, have a look at the names and descriptions of some of these cakes – Marble Mud Cake “swirls of moist chocolate and white mud cake” or the Chocolate Gateau “Layers of chocolate sponge and chocolate buttercream with a hint of rum, finished in chocolate ganache and chocolate buttercream”. Absolutely to die for!

Michel’s is cheaper than most cafe’s (you can buy your own lamington or slice of chocolate mud cake for less than $5!) with the quality a lot better! Service depends on the number of customers there, but the wait is worth it! I have searched high and low for the perfect lamington, and nowhere (yet) beats the perfectness of the lamingtons at Michel’s!

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