Sunday, 28 September 2014

Bourke Street Bakery - Surry Hills

Wide choices of freshly baked breads and rolls

Colourful display of tarts and cakes.

There is limited indoor seats. However, i would suggest outdoor seats as you get to dine under the canopy trees and at the same time enjoy people watching. It is a great atmosphere especially when we visited this place during spring time.

Pork Fennel Sausage roll ($4.50) - I am impressed with this pork fennel sausage roll. The minced pork was thick and chunky,  and does not have a salty or strong meaty after taste, marinated just right. Absolutely divine to pair it with its flaky and buttery crust. 

Ginger Tart ($5.00) - Ginger tart is one of the specialty tart of this bakery shop. Served cold, tart was firm on its crust and within its filling. The subtle ginger taste makes the tart appetising to eat, sweet but not greasy. Taste just nice and unique. The chopped pistachio adds a nutty crunch and fragrant to the tart.

Carrot Cake ($5.00 ) - Carrot cake does not have any fanciful decoration or cream icing frosting on top, however taste exceptionally good from usual ones. The moist carrot cake is sandwiched with a thick layer of cream cheese and you could see bits of carrots within it. Though its just the cream cheese and carrot cake, both combines perfectly.  

Pork Fennel Sausage Roll

Mocha ($4.00) - mocha is unique of its own with a bitter after taste

Verdict: 4.5/5

Opening hours: Mon- Fri 7am-6pm
Sat -Sun 8am-5pm
Address: 633 Bourke Street, Surry Hills
(right at the junction of Bourke street and  Devonshire street)

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