This cute little French bakery offers a range of freshly baked breads, pastries, sweet & savoury tarts and cakes. People are in & out buying all the goodies and the popular items go fast. The baguette is crusty on the outside & soft inside & I couldnt help but to nibble on it straight after buying it - how French! The almond croissant had a lovely almond paste filling enclosed within a nice croissant. The fruit tarts look delectable & perfect for me as I don't like them too sweet. Flakey puff pastry base with a thin layer of custard and topped with seasonal fruits. I loved the tartness of the plum & apricot ones I chose. The quiches are also delicious - classic lorraine is cheesy & creamy tasting whilst the vegetarian option was sweeter with caramelised onions & roasted pumpkin as well as a pesto base topped with pinenuts. Would love to try the coconut & strawberry daiquoise & lemkn meringue next time. Very friendly service, not cheap & bakery has no seating butread more
Walk into this quaint bakery and be greeted with the enticing smell of fresh bread and pastry. Loaves line the wall behind the counter, and small displays of beautifully crafted tarts, cakes and pastries adorn the shelves. A golden and crusty petit pain is perfectly soft and fluffy on the inside. Perfect with lashings of butter, we ended up eating it plain, it was that good.
Possibly my favourite bakery in Sydney. Their bread is divine. There are several other bakeries on the block but you're best giving them a miss. Sadly, I probably come here more for their sweets than their bread. I'm in love with the mini blueberry and lavender tarts - fresh blueberries on a mountain of fresh cream infused with lavender in the perfect pastry basket. The cakes are amazing too - try the strawberry and marscarpone or flourless chocolate cake or pick up a palmier for afternoon tea. If sweets and pastries are your thing, this place is either your dream come true... or your diet's worst nightmare.