Roule Galette Dining Establishment

Image by Michel Dubois

In 2006, Michel Dubois, his better half, Pascale, and their two children, Camille and Alexine, moved from Paris, France to Melbourne, Australia. His spouse had been used a task in the engineering market and, having even been to Australia in the past, the household triggered.

From the age of 10, Michel had prepared crepes every Friday night for his two moms and dads and six brother or sisters. As an enthusiastic and skilled crepier, Michel opened Roule Galette in 2007, a French crêperie situated in the CBD, on the corner of Flinders Lane and Scott Alley. The small company was very successful, and it ended up being relatively well-known around Melbourne.

A 2nd Roule Galette opened in September 2016 in the lively Koornang Road in Carnegie.

At Roule Galette, you will discover the simple French crêpe with all the toping you can picture, such as strawberries, banana, chocolate, sugar, honey, ice cream, etc. The galette is a crêpe made from buckwheat flour, really excellent for mouth-watering topping. Attempt the easy Ham and Emmental cheese or the Complete (egg-ham-cheese). Go for conventional French dishes that Michel adapts for you in a Galette with many dream components such as Truffle oil, scallops, smoked trout, tender lamb, merguez, Toulouse sausage.

At Roule Galette, you will be at ease knowing that Understanding processed food is ever used.

Each sauce is made from the salad dressing with Olive oil and French mustard to each of the spices utilized on the galette. Most of the cheeses are made in France. The maple syrup originates from Canada. The meat originates from Australia and New Zealand, and the salted caramel is made every early morning. Even the chocolate is not a ready-to-serve-sauce, however, melted chocolate.

The creperie’s French music, French design, French papers, and French-speaking waiters make you seem like you’ve taken a trip midway worldwide to Brittany, France.

Roule Galette

Dining establishments Melbourne

No funny business here, merely a laminated menu and every mix of chocolate, fruit, cream, and caramel that you might intend to record within the folds of a crepe (the slender, flat-chested cousin to the pancake). They do mouth-watering equipment too, so if sugar’s not your thing, provide the ham, butter, cheese, and egg galette a try.

Address:

241 Flinders Ln

Melbourne

3000

Transportation:

Close-by stations: Flinders Street

Contact:

www.roulegalette.com.au

Opening hours:

Mon-Thu 7.30am-8pm; Fri 7.30am-9.30 pm; Sat-Sun 10am-5pm

Serves meat, vegan alternatives readily available. French creperie with a vegan menu consists of mouth-watering galettes, sweet crepes, and vegan ice cream.

If you’ve ever had a crepe in Paris, you’ll understand they’re just tempting at any time of day. Throughout our journey to Thailand last year, I came throughout a girl with a crepe maker cart.

Discussing my approaching journey to Melbourne and the food puts that had made it on to my hit list, a good friend discussed some quite delicious crepes discovered in Melbourne’s laneways. I was all ears.

The issue was continually going to be choosing what filling/topping to get. When it comes to consuming dessert for lunch, the pressure of choice-making procedure got to me; I’m always indecisive and. After much consideration, I lastly picked the Yeti– ice cream for lunch sounded appealing.

The crepe itself was crisp and thin at the edge with a small fluffiness that I enjoy exceptionally. I made an error. The crepe was excellent; however, the chocolate held it back.

Dylan wasn’t as crazy about dessert for lunch, so he went with a mouth-watering crepe. From Roule Galette’s ‘We Recommend’ list, he picked the timeless bacon, mushroom cheese, and white sauce crepe. Sugary foods continuously pull me in their instructions; however, I need to confess Dylan’s option was quite damn yummy, although it looked relatively straightforward on the external.

If I can be temporarily carried to Paris, I’m in Melbourne. Next time I’ll be heading back to Roule Galette to attempt something else and see.

Roule Galette

Scott Alley, 241 Flinders Lane

Melbourne VIC 3000

( 03) 9639 0307

As an enthusiastic and skilled crepier, Michel opened Roule Galette in 2007, a French crêperie situated in the CBD, on the corner of Flinders Lane and Scott Alley. At Roule Galette, you will discover the simple French crêpe with all the toping you can picture, such as strawberries, banana, chocolate, sugar, honey, ice cream, etc. Attempt the easy Ham and Emmental cheese or the Complete (egg-ham-cheese). Go for conventional French dishes that Michel adapts for you in a Galette with numerous dream components such as Truffle oil, scallops, smoked trout, tender lamb, merguez, Toulouse sausage.

At Roule Galette, you will be at ease knowing that Understanding processed food is ever used.

Each sauce is made from the salad dressing with Olive oil and French mustard to each of the spices utilized on the galette. From Roule Galette’s ‘We Recommend’ list, he picked the timeless bacon, mushroom cheese, and white sauce crepe.