Becasse Bakery specialises in quality French artisan breads, an array of pastries, cakes and muffins. The bakery has a mouth watering patisserie selection, showcased on stone bench tops under glass cabinets. A viewing window gives an insight into the daily life of a baker, as customers enjoy a fresh coffee and croissant seated at the stone counter. The commercial bakery is kept busy producing fresh bread for Charlie & Co. Burgers in addition to select city restaurants.
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What a sublime bakery this is that I came across whilst in Sydney on my last day. Everything looked so mouthwatering delicious and I wished I could have it all but settled for a Mille Feuille and OMG WOW. Happy girl I was, but sad at the same time I couldn't have another, or try everything else in the window! Definitely coming back pass here for some sweet treats when I come back to Sydney.
Every time I go to Westfield I find myself subconsciously walking past this place so see the beautiful baked tarts and cakes, neatly lined in rows. I love looking at the intricate detailing on the little cakes and eating them all.... in my mind...
The staff are friendly and the place is always well presented, but the prices are definitely on the 'premium' end. Come here for a nice treat after work... you'll probable see me hiding in a corner of the food court wolfing down a tart....
A charming little bakery. Their pastries are truly the best. They sell a lot of French sweet baked goods, which are all prepared with fresh and high-quality ingredients. Although the atmosphere in there isn't something special I sometimes like to sit down and enjoy my little treat, while being served by friendly and kind staff, who are always ready to help you out with anything you might need.
This is well placed in a busy area in front of the Becasse restaurant. The pastries are all french and the quality is yum, although a little more expensive then most places ($7 per piece) but you can tell they don't use fake cream/custard etc. Check this place out if you're after a sweet after lunch.