La Renaissance Patisserie & Cafe

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  • Address: 47 Argyle St, The Rocks NSW 2000, Australia
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  • Timings: 08:00 am - 05:30 pm Details
  • Phone: +61-292414878
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Food And Drinks, Cafe, Family And Kids, Point Of Interest

Cakes and pastries are common but if you get them in an exclusively ornamented form, then it would certainly be a surprise. The La Renaissance Patisserie and Cafe actually delivers exclusively designed cakes, pastries and various types of confectioneries that you would love to dig in. Macarons, biscuits, and candies are the other items that this cafe delivers superbly. You can also order celebration cakes from this facility to have a real treat to celebrate your occasion suitably. Buche de Noel - Raspberry, Opera and Goya area some of the excellent celebration cakes that this cafe offers. A group of expert cooks takes care of preparing all the items of this cafe and they always use best quality ingredients.

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  • La Renaissance Patisserie & Cafe Address: 47 Argyle St, The Rocks NSW 2000, Australia
  • La Renaissance Patisserie & Cafe Contact Number: +61-292414878
  • La Renaissance Patisserie & Cafe Timing: 08:00 am - 05:30 pm
  • La Renaissance Patisserie & Cafe Price: Free
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  • Looking for nice French pastry, cakes and coffee? Then you must pop into La Renaissance at the rocks on Argyle. They sell some of the most beautiful and delicious cakes you can find in Sydney. Their cakes are not cheap @ $38 for a small cake for 6 servings, but the quality and taste makes up for it. The cafe also has a nice courtyard at the back for customers to enjoy some food, coffee and desserts. Next time you’re touring Sydney or strolling through the shops at the rocks and feel like a rest, stop at the renaissance and refuel up.

  • Nice pastries, pies etc. Coffee was nice, albeit a lot higher temperature than the recommended 60~65 degrees... My cappuccino was almost boiling hot. Nice location for a quick coffee break from work.

  • Lovely bechamel/ham/cheese croissant and not bad coffee. Marked down by a wibbly wobbly table at the front causing coffee to spill everywhere when someone touched a leg and having to wander around the back to get table water myself. (It wasn’t particularly busy). Overall recommended though. The pastries look particularly good.

  • Though this place is famous for its macaroon, but I'm not a fan of it. However, this French patisserie is the best place to find croissants in Sydney, either sweet or savoury types. I personally like their almond croissant and ham & cheese croissant. Their sausage rolls are also good along with their long list of beautiful cakes. Their prices are above average but understandable due to high quality ingredients and technique used in the preparation. A nice, small place to have indulgent breakfast / brunch on a weekend once in a while.

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