Brisbane's Best Patisseries

Looking for the best patisseries in Brisbane? From chic French and tiny artisan patisseries to first class suburban gems, Japanese, Italian & Lebanese, you'll find them in this guide:

The Whisk Fine Patisserie is a petite Parisienne-style bakery in Upper Mt Gravatt, providing pastries, macarons and chocolates handcrafted by an award-winning, internationally-trained chef
Flour & Chocolate Patisserie is a stylish cafe and patisserie in Northgate on Brisbane's northside
Le Caprice Patisserie is a little slice of France found in the heart of Bulimba serving freshly baked French treats.
Treat your tastebuds at this amazing patisserie, tucked away in a quiet little street in the western suburbs
BCC Dessert & Cake is a dedicated dessert café and patisserie offering divine desserts and exquisite cakes
Marche du Macaron in Ashgrove is a chic little gluten-free patisserie specializing in scrumptious macarons and a selection of sweet treats
Tsuki Patisserie is a hidden gem in Spring Hill, selling Japanese-inspired desserts and drinks
Madders Brothers is a tiny, stylish patisserie specialising in miniature desserts and treats
Icing Hill is an artisan cake patisserie and cafe on the corner of Commercial Rd and Ann St
Sooo Sweet is a hidden gem of a Lebanese bakery serving traditional Lebanese and Mediterranean pastries and delicacies from its hideaway in Slacks Creek
Raw Lovely Too is an artisan vegan sweets shop found tucked away in a tiny Thornlands suburban shopping centre
The nearest thing to a true taste of France to be found on these shores, Chouquette is a heaven-sent little boulangerie patisserie tucked away up a side street off Brunswick St
Madders Brothers Patisserie are whipping up the most extravagant mini cakes and pastries that are almost too good to eat, in their Brisbane CBD café.
Every suburb could do with a Cream where all of the delicious European style pastries hail from a purpose built pastry kitchen.
Half bakery, half pasticceria, this Italian gem is tucked away from the main Ashgrove action and more than warrants a detour.
A small sweet chunk of Italy lies concealed behind what appears from the main road to be a closed off shopping strip

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