This caused much sadface amongst some people I work with. Le Cellier was a daytime offshoot from Madame Sousou where you could get a very tasty modestly priced lunch. The mitraillette was awesome. But when Madam Sousou reopened a couple of months ago, after its extended closure earlier this year, Le Cellier did not reopen with it.

lecellierclosed Le Cellier has closed on Brunswick St

Le Cellier has closed on Brunswick St

2 thoughts on “Le Cellier has closed on Brunswick St

  • 15 August 2014 at 9:49 am
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    I could never understand why Le Cellier was closed on weekends (or even used as overflow seating for Mme Sousou during busy weekend periods). As someone who works in the CBD during the week, I would have loved to try it, but it was inaccessible to me. Surely a case of dead rent money.

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    • 15 August 2014 at 9:53 am
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      It always seems to have been an underused space and now it appears not to be used at all. You’re right in thinking it should be overflow for Sousou on busy nights. I wonder how long it will remain like it is now?

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