A little Parisian patisserie by the sea – Jessie Krieg

We have stumbled upon what appears to be another one of Adelaides hidden gems. One of the places you just don’t know, until you know. Y’know?

Tucked away on Elizabeth Street, down in historic Glenelg, you’ll find a cute little patisserie cafe called Remy and Violette.

Reminiscent of your authentic Parisian cafe, decorated with beautiful pastel colours and adorned custom artwork by local artists, this little eatery is a beautiful place to sit relax and enjoy a cup of coffee and croissant.

Feast your eyes upon a beautiful display of savoury and sweet delights in their window front, or make your selection from the cabinets inside which are all full with treats baked on site and handmade with care by Jess – Owner and Head Chef.


The patisserie opened its doors in Glenelg in September 2016 after a move from from Hutt Street. A move was imminent as the cafe desperately needed room to expand and cater for it’s ever-growing population of eager customers, keen to get their hands on one of Jess’ tarts.

It’s not just the odd tart here or there either – R&V also offer offsite catering for events – such as giant dessert platters and boards and custom made cakes for weddings and a-like.


It’s quaint and cozy and just perfect for a catch up with friends or take a moment to relax and step away from the hustle and bustle of Jetty road. With a menu selection suitable for coeliac’s, vegetarians and also children, we are certain that everybody will enjoy the visit. Breakfast, Lunch or Brunch – come down and get amongst it!


Remy and Violette Patisserie is Located at 3 Elizabeth Street, Glenelg and are Open daily 8am – 5pm.
 

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