Tsuki Patisserie

Spring Hill

Tsuki Patisserie is a hidden gem in Spring Hill, selling Japanese-inspired desserts and drinks.

Perched on the corner of Dickens and Water Streets on the ground floor of Pure Apartments, Tsuki Patisserie is worth seeking out.

Tsuki Patisserie Spring Hill

Inside the petite patisserie/café, the fit out is minimalist with lots of grey, while the glass display case is filled with colourful cakes and delicate desserts that look too good to eat. Almost.

Tsuki Patisserie Spring Hill

Some of the treats to ty include little chocolate coconuts filled with coconut and pineapple cream, matcha crepe cakes and Tsuki’s signature fruit-filled sponge cakes. 

Tsuki Patisserie Spring Hill

Coffee on pour is Dramanti, served along with specialty lattes like matcha, red velvet, taro and charcoal.

Tsuki Patisserie Spring Hill

*Opening hours correct at time of visiting in October 2018.

By Deb Lidster

Tsuki Patisserie 

8 Dickens St

Spring Hill

Mon-Fri 7:30-5:30*

Sat 8-5:30*

Map

8 Dickens St Spring Hill

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