Best Bakeries in Sydney

Best Bakeries in Sydney
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Below is a list of the top and leading Bakeries in Sydney. To help you find the best Bakeries located near you in Sydney, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

This article is updated every 3-4 months.

Sydney’s Best Bakeries :

The top rated Bakeries in Sydney are:

  • Bourke Street Bakery
  • St.Honore Bakery
  • Flour and Stone

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Bourke Street Bakery

Bourke Street Bakery
Bourke Street Bakery

Bourke Street Bakery started as a little rustic corner store bakery cafe in the winter of 2004 and over the years has grown to become a much loved Sydney staple.

Paul Allam and David McGuinness were chefs turned bakers who shared a love of good food and an appreciation of all things handmade. They also shared a dream of opening a little cafe bakery where everything would be made by hand with dedication and love.

Products/Services:

Sweet Pastries, Savory Pastries, Muffins, Cookies, Sliders, Homemade Drinks, Cakes, Sandwiches, Pies, Sausage Rolls, Tarts, Salads, Artisan Breads

LOCATION:

Address17/105 Miller St, North Sydney NSW 2060
Phone: (02) 9460 2222
Website: www.bourkestreetbakery.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Best people who always remember you and genuinely ask how you are. Coffee rocks and as expected, the pastries are top notch, the Carrot Cake is ridiculously good!” -Ade Epstein

St.Honore Bakery

St.Honore Bakery
St.Honore Bakery

St.Honore Bakery is Australian owned and operated, they serve everything from classic pastries to delicious gluten free & vegan goodies. All of their desserts & breads are made from scratch the old fashioned way, without the use of any preservatives, dough conditioners or stabilizers. At St Honore’ Bakery, everything they bake is hand crafted with the most important ingredient of all, LOVE.

ST Honore’ Bakery is the result of many years of planning. It was always a goal to create a place that would draw customers to the French bakery products and in turn, create a special place for their customers that they could call their own and be proud of.

Products/Services:

Breads, Cakes, Pies, Pastries & Savouries

LOCATION:

Address2/40 Miller St, North Sydney NSW 2060
Phone: (02) 9929 4388
Website: www.sthonorebakery.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Love to chill out at this place. The atmosphere is very comfortable and relaxing plus the cakes are very good. Also love the coffee” -Lucky Monar

Flour and Stone

Flour and Stone
Flour and Stone

Flour and Stone is a collaboration of baked goodness the owner learned in houses such as Le Gavroche, MG Garage, Bourke Street Bakery and The Ivy in London. In turn, all of these places have shaped the way they cook, contributing technique, finesse and love to their baking.

They opened in November 2011 with an old fashioned vanilla cake and some hand iced gingerbread cookies on the counter. Since then their repertoire has evolved into a range of classic inspired pastries baked in a rustic way. Nostalgic lemon drizzle cakes, a fine apple tart straight off a French baking sheet and a Lamington that makes some go weak at the knees.

Products/Services:

Cakes, Tarts, Confectionery, Breakfast, Cookies, Savoury, Pies/Sausage rolls, Vegan cookies

LOCATION:

Address53 Riley St, Woolloomooloo NSW 2011
Phone: (02) 8068 8818
Website: www.flourandstone.com.au

REVIEWS:

“I’ve tried a lot of bakeries in Sydney and this is my favourite by far – their croissants are 10x better than any other I’ve tried, plus they always have so many more delicious temptations to choose from (including seasonal specials like hot cross buns, mince pies etc.). The place is small but if you’re lucky enough to find a seat, grab it – you can get specialty coffee and artisan tea to have in (or takeaway if you must. Not to mention the staff are absolutely lovely and will offer to warm up whatever you decide to go for.” -Leilani Horthy Banks

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