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Store Locations

Stepneyville Le Posh
2 Russell Street,
Stepneyville,
Nelson 7010 
Tahunanui Le Posh
643 Rocks Road,
Tāhunanui,
Nelson 7011
"A-freaking-mazing the best croissants ever, the key lime tart was delicious too and huge, and I wanted to try the cherry tart too." Steven Dromgool
"I am French and I highly recommend this place if you wish to have a taste of France right in your mouth! Victoria
"A delightful discovery that delicate buttery croissants, danishes & baguettes better than any we found in NZ " dondeeKingscliff
"A-freaking-mazing the best croissants ever, the key lime tart was delicious too and huge, and I wanted to try the cherry tart too." Steven Dromgool
"I am French and I highly recommend this place if you wish to have a taste of France right in your mouth! Victoria
"A delightful discovery that delicate buttery croissants, danishes & baguettes better than any we found in NZ " dondeeKingscliff
"A-freaking-mazing the best croissants ever, the key lime tart was delicious too and huge, and I wanted to try the cherry tart too." Steven Dromgool
"I am French and I highly recommend this place if you wish to have a taste of France right in your mouth! Victoria
"A delightful discovery that delicate buttery croissants, danishes & baguettes better than any we found in NZ " dondeeKingscliff

Opening Hours

Tahuna Store Closes at 2pm Daily

Monday (Closed)

Tuesday (8am - 3pm)

Wednesday (8am - 3pm)

Thursday (8am - 3pm)

Friday (8am - 3pm)

Saturday (8am - 3pm)

Sunday (8am - 1pm)

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THE FRENCH “SAVOIR FAIRE”

The secret of Le Posh's success lies in its consistent product quality – fresh ingredients, no preservatives, baked on site every day. The pastry chef, Didier Crevecoeur, is a highly skilled artisan trained in the craft of French baking. Every day, he make pastries, breads, cakes for his customers by hand, carefully following traditional practices.
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Breakfast

Breakfast is called “p’tit dej'” in modern spoken French, and in France, it’s usually a rather light meal.

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lunch

These delicious filled French Baguettes or Croissants are easy to eat for lunch, picnics, and dinner on the go.

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pastry

Most are familiar with the names of French pastries such as macaron, éclair, tarte tatin… But how do they taste??

Our Journey

Bringing scrumptuous european flavours to the Kiwi public
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2018

Authentically French

Our story begins in France where Didier, our specialist pastry chef was born and trained. After extensive travel, Didier and Veronica decided to settle in NZ.

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2019

Pretty in Picton

First opening it's doors in 2019 in Picton, Marlborough, Le Posh had a unique vision of providing kiwi's a true French experience close to home.

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2020

A Beauty in Blenheim

Specialising in French bread, French rolls, baguettes, pastries and quiche they soon saw the opportunity to bring their unique European flavours to Blenheim.

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2022

Now Home In Nelson

The French pâtisserie arrives in Nelson!

Our specialties

We love what we do and we truly believe that you simply won't get any better than the delicious pastries and breads at Le Posh.

HAVE YOU TRIED OUR NEW crodogs YET?

A hotdog wrapped in a light, buttery croissant with cheese and ketchup. Now there's a delicious blend of French and American cooking

A TASTE ALL FOLKS KEEP COMING FOR

This popular mille-feuille, or ``thousand sheets``, is a classic dessert composed of layers of puff pastry filled with creamy vanilla cream and topped with chocolate and vanilla icing.