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Bakemono Bakers Croissant

Post by Chiefeater Stan21

There's ALWAYS a line at this gem of a bakery. Bakemono Bakers is tucked in between the lane of Melbourne Central! I don't understand how people still find their way to this place EVERYDAY! She was there at 9 am - on a Saturday - and had to be in line for a good 20 minutes. But what she came back with was nothing short of delicious!

Every single variant had its own flavour and I loved it! The almond croissant is their signature but the rest were super as well.

Put them on your itinerary.

Business Hours
Monday to Friday
07:30 am - 03:00 pm

Saturday & Sunday
08:30 am - 03:00 pm

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