A visit to St Kilda is not complete without at least looking in the windows of the famous cake shops in Acland Street. A decadent array of mouth-watering treats await, satisfying those with a sweet tooth. The area was named in 1842 and later became the centre of the Jewish community of Eastern Europe from around the 1930's.
Monarch Cakes has been operating since 1934 and still makes the original recipes. in the stretch between Monarch at number 103 to Europa (Established in 1982) at number 81, there's also Le Bon at number 93 and newcomer Cakehole, at number 95 and Acland Cakes at number 97. All have their signature delicacies and are open 7 days a week until late.
Why not taste test them all?