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One of Adelaide’s only bistro bouillons is now serving French-inspired pastries

Maison Clement on Currie Street is stirring up Adelaide’s culinary scene with its latest pastry lineup, proving that a little slice of Parisian charm can be found right here in the CBD.

Maison Clement on Currie Street is stirring up Adelaide’s culinary scene with its latest pastry lineup, proving that a little slice of Parisian charm can be found right here in the CBD.

This year, they’re rolling out an array of inventive pastries that are sure to get the city talking – and eating!

Let’s talk about what’s new on the menu. Imagine biting into a Pain Suisse that’s just the right kind of sweet, or a Lemongrass Caramel Croissant Tart that’s a zesty twist on the classic.

Then there’s the indulgent Malteser’s Croissant Tart and a Peanut Butter Scroll that’s a dream come true for nut butter fans. And for those who love their pastries with a bit of crunch, the buttery Kouign-Amann is a must-try.

But Maison Clement isn’t just about pastries.

Their is an amazing selection of fresh baguettes, or you can opt for the Bouillon, a chicken broth with fresh chicken breast and seasonal vegetables, or the delicious tartare de boeuf. There’s also a baked camembert that is mouthwateringly good.

But it’s in the evenings where you really get to indulge in Maison Clement French goodness. As well as larger servings of their delicious lunch menu, you can grab the baked mushroom ragout rye crepe – z highly popular choice.

And what’s France without snails? The escargot a la bourguignonne is the perfect way to indulge.

They’ve managed to keep their famous $49 degustation menu, a steal that includes your choice of an entrée, main, and dessert. It’s like a little culinary tour of France without the hefty price tag.

What makes Maison Clement stand out is their ability to mix things up. They’re bringing back Caneles this year – those delightful little French pastries that everyone loves. They’re all about keeping things fresh and exciting while staying true to their bistro bouillon roots, which means great food, fast and without burning a hole in your wallet.

Their ever-changing menu is a reflection of what their customers love and the best seasonal produce. And let’s not forget about the wine – their list is a carefully selected mix of French and South Australian wines, perfect for pairing with any dish.

The vibe at Maison Clement is laid-back yet buzzing with energy. Whether you’re popping in for a quick breakfast or settling in for a leisurely evening meal featuring the likes of Scotch Filet with garlic baby potatoes, there’s something for everyone.

So, if you’re in the mood for a taste of France without the long-haul flight, Maison Clement is your go-to spot.

Where: 18 Currie Street, Adelaide

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