A toast bar is opening in Melbourne

Timeout Melbourne mentioned a new toast bar Kings and Knaves, that will be opening.

Now, about that toast. Sure, serving toast might seem a little pedestrian (even the most incompetent cook can whip up some vegemite soldiers) but Kings and Knaves have a hook: they’re serving specialty toast on fresh Noisette Bakery bread.

You can always rely on Melbourne to find the next 'thing' when it comes to food!


Noisette supporting local mums

Noisette was honoured to support Port Melbourne Primary School and their 2017 Mother's Day Lunch.

Fresh product for the day and vouchers for the attending mum's was all part of recognising the amazing efforts of all.

I wanted to once again say a huge thankyou for all of your support for our school’s Mother’s Day lunch. We had a wonderful day with many happy mum’s enjoying Noisette baguettes with their cheese! - Chloe


David Menard in Provincial Living

According to the old Romany proverb “L’homme n’a pas seulement besoin de pain, il a aussi besoin de respect” (Not only does man need bread, he also needs respect). At his Port Melbourne boulangerie, Noisette, David Ménard offers the city’s best sourdough breads and baguettes and lives by this old saying in his relationships with others.


Thank you – ‘Best Customer Service’ awards for 2016

So grateful again, for being awarded with the Best Customer Service awards for 2016. Thanks go out to our amazing customers for taking the time to vote for us in the Best of Port 2016 awards. It is always our pleasure to work and bring you our best food, coffees and service.

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All of that is only possible because of our amazing and dedicated team staff at Port Melbourne. Such a great effort and and absolute credit to you all!


Best of the Market Doughnuts

Straight from the Prahran Market -

Want more of a gourmet-style doughnut with a French twist? Look no further than Noisette Bakery where the breads are plentiful and the doughnuts are fluffy on the outside and rich and creamy on the inside. How does oozing vanilla or chocolate crème patissiere sound? These showstoppers aren’t too big either, which means it’d be silly for you not to grab a couple, right?

View the full page - prahranmarket.com.au


Chocolate Profiterole Tart Recipe on Smudge Eats

As part of a special on chocolate, Smudge Eats managed to get a great recipe out of our kitchen!

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Click through to the recipe - smudgeeats.com.au

Thank you – ‘Best Customer Service’ awards for 2015

A massive thank you again goes to our awesome customers who voted in the Best of Port Awards for 2015.

Group shot of Best of Port Winners from 2015
Group shot of Best of Port Winners from 2015

We are absolutely honoured to have won the Best Customer Service award for another year.

This was another team effort, so we also extend our thanks to the amazing staff at Port Melbourne for always working so hard, and to do what we can for our customers!


Noisette Petit Gateau

Noisette brings its baked goodness to Bentleigh

South-east locals rejoice! Port Melbourne’s much-loved French-style patisserie has opened shop on our own Centre Road shopping strip.

See more at The Weekly Review


Noisette Bentleigh Front Counter

A Bakery Making Noise in Bentleigh

Whether it is an almond croissant, danish, apple crumble or escargot, it is clear that this bakery will stake out its claim for tasty treats in Bentleigh. And, not just in sweets but in bread also. Rye, sourdough, spelt, wholemeal and more is all on offer here. Further, alongside the chance to takeaway, the bakery is a fully-fledged cafe so grabbing a seat in the urban interior to enjoy your treat and the well-designed surrounds is encouraged.

See more at Weekend Notes.


Noisette Bentleigh on The Urban List

Finally, one of Melbourne best bakeries, French patisserie Noisette, has made its way over to Bentleigh! Your decision-making skills will be challenged in this spacious area, from lunch or nibbles to pastries or cakes, we have no doubt you’ll be walking away with more food than you need. Accept it, embrace it.

Read more - theurbanlist.com