Dipcro Pastry

It’s entirely likely you will smell Dipcro Pastry before you see it. The irresistible aroma of freshly brewed coffee and baked goods wafts along Thomas Drive in Chevron Island, luring passersby like moths to a flame. A glass pastry production space captivates your immediate attention, with the pastry chefs hard at work hand placing individual slithers of almonds and brushing the croissants ready for baking. Once you do manage to peel your gaze away, you’ll be greeted with an elegant, gallery-like cabinet housing picture-perfect pastries presented upon their own tiny podiums, like tiny works of art. Among the line-up, you’ll spy croissants, cinnamon buns, delicate mille feuille and pain au chocolat alongside some savoury selections such as a beef bourguignon pie that contains chunks of slow-cooked beef that has been marinated overnight in red wine. The far end is where you will find the La Marzocco machine pumping out brews using Campos Coffee.


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