Sweet Set

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Grub Food Van and Flour Market team up for the ultimate afternoon tea

This is one for the sweet tooths out there. Fitzroy café Grub Food Van has collaborated with bake sale legends Flour Market for Sweet Set, a series of Sunday afternoon tea sessions starting August 6 to September 24.

Melbourne's best makers of sweet things will take turns in the kitchen to come up with delicious treats at this weekly event. First up will be the city's reigning dessert king and queen Pierre Roelofs and Philippa Sibley, who will be making exclusive desserts. Roelofs used to run popular dessert degustation pop-ups, so this one is bound to be a killer start to the Sweet Set series. 

The following sessions will be headed up by South Yarra patisserie LuxBite, vegan treat maker Citizen Cacao, Fig and Salt, Boris Portnoy from new Northcote bakery All Are Welcome, Jo Barrett from Oakridge Wines, Bibelot, and Matt Forbes from Yarraville's Cobb Lane, who is best known for his bombolonis.

Pre-bookings are essential through Grub Food Van's website, and tickets include sweet and savoury treats and your choice of non-alcoholic beverages ($65) or cocktails ($85).