Tidbit Cakes

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  • I ordered a cake from here. It was lovely, but the service was quite unfriendly and the cake was SO expensive for the size of it! $92 for a 6 inch cak…

  • Great little hideaway of a vegan dessert spot! Had the raw lemon and Poppi cake, and a hedgehog with hot chocolates, and were delicious! :) The big bi…

  • Tidbit Cakes not only does awesome cakes, but the savoury options are great too. I loved the curried pumpkin pastie. The crust was beautifully light a…


Tidbit Cakes is open for Bakery and Café. Tidbit Cakes serves Bakery, Coffee and Tea and Desserts dishes.
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takeaway availableindoor seatingoutdoor seatingno alcohol available


9 Reviews on “Tidbit Cakes”

9 reviews
  • Bearabbit

    Tidbit Cakes not only does awesome cakes, but the savoury options are great too. I loved the curried pumpkin pastie. The crust was beautifully light and flaky, and the curried pumpkin filling was delicious.

    My partner ordered the sausage toastie and the bread was toasted, and buttered to perfection. The caramelised onions and mustard add a wonderful depth of flavour to an otherwise plain toastie.

    The GF carrot cake was surprisingly moist, and quite dense, with an abundance of nuts and dried fruits within. Tasted too healthy for my partner, but I rather enjoyed it.

    Tidbit Cakes doesnt offer dairy so instead of our usual skinny latte, we ordered soy latte and found it smooth and creamy on the palate.

    A lovely and tranquil space for cakes and coffee that will surely see me return for more.

  • H

    The chicken pesto toasted sandwich was everything I could want in a sandwich, fake chicken can be hit or miss but this one was delicious.
    The owner (think it was her) was lovely.

  • Stacey

    Cutest little orange cake and it was delish! Icing was lovely, quite sweet but balanced well by the super moist cake. So so happy there is a quality vegan cafe around and even happier its right near my partners work.

  • Meg

    A new vegan bakery which is a new favourite! I have been here 3 times now plus ordered my birthday cake from Tidbit Cakes in January. While the cafe is in Richmond (often a nightmare for parking), the parking is easy though I have only been on weekends. Each time though I have had free parking out the front. The vegan macarons are exquisite. Made with chickpea brine instead of egg white (who knew?!), they are both pretty and delicious. And are presented beautifully in a sweet box. The cookies are also yummy. They remind me of biscuits my Mum made when I was a child except vegan! Ive had choc chip and a sultans one. Before I was vegan, lumberjack cake was a fave. The lumberjack cake is out of this world – so moist and dense.In terms of savoury food, Rhi the lovely owner has added to the range lately and Ive tried filo triangles with spinach and vegan ricotta. Very generous in size and scrumptious. The best purchase to date has been my birthday cake. A work of art! And a vegans dream. Chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream and layers of raw cookie dough. Topped with choc chip cookies and a cookie crust at the bottom. Look at the pics – dare you not to drool! Vegans rejoice and order your celebration cakes here! The ordering system is easy. The website sets out the cakes and additional extras, prices, sizing and true to life photos. As for Rhi the owner, I feel lucky to have met her. Warm, enthusiastic and kind, she is not only a wonderful baker but a lovely person. The space itself is very pretty – simple and fresh with a touch of feminine styling. Thank you Rhi for making me feel so welcome each and every visit. And for catering to vegans of Melbourne so perfectly! See you again soon.

  • Lilyeatscake

    Best vegan cupcakes I’ve had 🙂 Coffee was great, too.

    When I asked to taste test because I was considering ordering a cake from Tidbit for my wedding, I got three cupcakes for free! Looking forward to my wedding cake, for sure.

  • Kate Cinerari

    This cute little space in Richmond is now home to a wonderful vegan cafe and custom cake supplier. The cafe is fully stocked with both baked and raw vegan treats from cookies to cupcakes to cheesecakes and slices. Coffee is lovingly prepared with a choice of your favourite plant based milk including Bonsoy. You’ll find a number of toasties and sandwhiches on offer which are generous in both size and flavour. My favourite is the cheese, tomato and homemade pesto. In terms of ordering a cake, owner Rhi has set up a very simple online ordering system on their website giving you size and flavour options to choose from. Rhi lovingly crafts all cakes to your specification and has them boxed and ready to go for pick up in store. I recently ordered the chocolate with choc chip cookie dough layered cake for a 60th birthday – all omnivores and vegans alike were very impressed with the presentation and flavour. Best vegan cakes I’ve ever had. Cafe is family friendly, offers a choice of tables indoors and outdoors and conveniently has a bathroom instore for customers. Definitely worth checking out for vegans and non-vegans.

  • Vrycrise

    Really happy to see more vegan bakeries popping up! I found this place by chance on HappyCow and went by to have a look. The shop front is kind of inconspicuous but not too hard to find with a map. There’s a reasonable selection of sweets and savory foods – I got the chocolate cookie which my partner and I both enjoyed. Would love to come back to try their sandwiches sometime.

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