Kanelle

A touch of Caribbean & French Patisserie in Melbourne.
Best Caribbean and French bakery.
We aim to deliver fresh and traditional cakes and makes you discover the beauty of the French Caribbean and France.

0422 071 673 - 0402 031 362 kanellepatisserie@gmail.com Location Forest Hill 3131

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FREE DELIVERY FOR ANY ORDER OVER $150

Our Story

Kanelle started in 2019 with the ambitious ideas and partnership of two brother Chris and Chrisley to make discover Melbourne a new taste of Caribbean & French pastries.

After working in prestigious venues in Japan, France and Australian and back full of experienced they decided to bring their dream come thru by creating the first online Caribbean & French bakery/patisserie in Melbourne.

Raised by their mum ( professional chef ) originally from Guadeloupe and a dad from Martinique in the French West Indies .
Chris and Chrisley always been influenced by their heritage with a touch of tradition.
Their decide to merge with fresh ideas and modernise caribbean dessert with keeping traditional flavour and texture.
Nostalgia of their childhood and firmly decide to share to the peoples of Melbourne new flavours, newest cultures and undiscovery tastes.
For objectifs to deliver quality cakes and availables options for allergies, intolerants, vegans and gluten free for our customers.

Our Story

The brothers likes to say : What’s a better way to touch people’s with food and with an happy smile !!!

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What’s Kanelle ?

Kanelle originally called ‘’ Cannelle ‘’ in French mean cinnamon.
In the West Indies, Cinnamon is a spices that we use for our everyday cooking.

Those spices are the one than we always use thru our cooking for sweet and savory dishes.

The Caribbean Culture

First, I’d like to ask you if you know where are the West Indies ??
Probably you know or don’t but i’m going to tell and show you.
So what we call West Indies is region who includes many island like Cuba, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Saint Lucie, Martinique, Guadeloupe and the list goes on……..
So yes, in Martinique and Guadeloupe they speak French and Creoles and we’re still under France rules.

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