Decided to check LaMarelle before our musical. Both cousin and I were attracted to the decorations of the cafe. Look at the exterior and stairway to the shop itself! Isnt it beautifully decorated? It feels like you’re back to the 80s. Those printed paper lanterns and paintings on the wall.
So beside being just a cafe, it actually sells La Marelle products ranging from stationary, bags, cards, accessories and more. They have a second upper deck too!
They sell a range of desserts, mains and drinks.
The food is not very fantastic in general. I’ve ordered a mochaccino ($5.50) which is cappuccino with chocolate. Its not to my liking, could not really taste the chocolate, quite bitter and the foam is a lil too much compared to outside cappuccinos. It filled almost half of the cup. Then we ordered German Croissant ($12.90++) and French Classic Croissant ($12.90++). Both croissants are stuffed with scrambled eggs and salads together with nachos and salsa on the side. The beef bratwurst sausages for German Croissant are dry and wrinkled. It has a sourish taste. Their scrambled eggs are more like minced scrambled eggs, not as wholesome, runny and fluffy like the usual scrambled eggs.
Then we decided to try their rainbow cake. Its not too sweet, moist generally the taste is quite ok.
There’s some good reviews on their other food items so probably not too sure if i’ve ordered the wrong items that werent as good as i thought it will be in my opinions. Nevertheless, they have friendly staffs! I guess its a place for some desserts, enjoy the art pieces or work time on a weekday.
Address: 25A Baghdad Street
Value for Money: ❤️❤