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The Best Bakeries Brisbane: Mind-Blowing Bakeries Around Brisbane That You Must Try

Have a pastry craving that just won’t quit? You're not alone. Check out our list to decide which are the best bakeries in Brisbane. Plot twist: it’s all of them.

Running low on #croissantent? Never fear. Brisbane has some amazing bakeries around town and we have selflessly volunteered ourselves to explore them for you. How nice are we? Whether you’re searching for the perfect Sunday loaf of sourdough to last you the week, or you plan to carb-load for breakfast, you’re spoiled for choice across the city.

Head out for breakfast anywhere from West End to Everton Park, Brisbane’s best bakeries are spread across the city to make sure your sugar or sourdough cravings can be easily conquered.

Flour & Chocolate

Flour & Chocolate

This cult favourite bakery began with a twist when one-half of the husband and wife duo answered the phone with “I wake up with Today”. Kylie and Lachlan Scott landing this $20,000 windfall allowed them to finally realise their dream of owning their own bakery, and Brisbane has been blessed ever since. The Scotts are never one to back down from a challenge, and this shines through in their experimental baked creations. They were one of the first to try out the viral cronut sensation, which helped to put Flour & Chocolate on the map. Visit this Brisbane bakery for sweet treats, savoury snacks, or a tasty lunchtime bagel, you’ll never leave disappointed.

Multiple locations

Beurre Pastries

Beurre Pastries

From the team behind renowned Christchurch bakery LeBakerman comes a chic, artisanal patisserie, dishing out bespoke pastries and seasonal specials. Stop by for a Bear Bones coffee or a boutique iced tea, before pondering the selection of sweet treats that lie before you. Amongst the array of classics, you’ll find unique treats infused with exotic or seasonal flavours, to add a little bit of surprise and delight to your life. 

33 Park Road, Milton



Few bakeries are spoken about as reverently as Riser. For those who religiously pick up a loaf of fresh bread to savour on the weekends (and survive on throughout the week), Riser has earned a well-deserved reputation as having some of the best loaves in town. This artisanal bakery and cafe can be found in the backstreets of Toowong, in an old Queenslander home that lends a rustic and homely charm. They’re pouring Supreme Coffee and serving flaky pastries that melt in your mouth, so when you pop by for your weekly sourdough, why not linger a little longer and have a mindful meal moment?

85 Miskin Street, Toowong

Agnes Bakery

Everyone's favourite lockdown-pop-up turned James Street institution is Agnes Bakery. Situated on the corner of James and Harcourt Streets, this cosy little bakery houses an enormous four-tonne wood-fired oven, coffee window and all of the baked goods your heart could dream of. Easily ranking as one of the best bakeries in Brisbane for your weekend sourdough loaf or Monday morning coffee (and a pick-me-up pastry), Agnes is an absolute must-do if you're craving carbohydrates.

85 James Street, Fortitude Valley

Brooki Bakehouse

Brooki Bakehouse

Want to try the internet’s favourite cookies? Or perhaps you’re looking for the most extra and Instagrammable cake on the market? Brooki’s is the place to go. We’re utterly obsessed with her decadent heart cakes, lovingly piped and iced in the colours of your choice, and lettered with a custom message.

If cookies happen to be your craving, you’re in luck. Try their best-selling NYC Chunky Choc Chip, Nutella Bueno or Caramilk flavour to really satisfy that sweet tooth. Brooki’s is easily one of the best bakeries in Brisbane to treat yourself or a loved one.

15 Marshall Street, Fortitude Valley

Lunar Pies

Lunar Pies x Batch Cookies

A brand new contender for the best bakeries in Brisbane is Lunar Pies! As Brisbane’s first dedicated empanada bakery, these tasty half-moon pies are perfect for catering a work lunch, party, or simply your daily lunch!

Founder Ginger Mendoza brought her vision to life in full colour, stemming from a youthful fascination for how good food brings people together, and has manifested her dream in the form of colourful, flavourful, and highly portable pastry snacks that make every meal special.

Choose from a wide variety of flavours, spanning chorizo and eggs, cheeseburger, classic beef, buffalo chicken and cheese and much more. Ginger’s other delicious bakery business, Batch Cookies, operates out of the same location, so you can stock up on her blissfully chunky cookie concoctions along with your savoury empanada scores.

The Myer Centre, Shop 078/91 Queen Street, Brisbane

La Bouche

La Bouche

What began as a love affair with croissants, has expanded into one of Brisbane’s best bakeries. Located in Cleveland, La Bouche honours its baking methods with French butter, Australian flour and quality produce from local Redlands farmers. This charming patisserie specialises in artisanal sourdough, croissants, and pastries both savoury and sweet.

They switch up their menu regularly to accommodate for seasonal produce and to make sure they keep you on your toes! Our pick is the fresh bicolour croissant, filled with hazelnut milk chocolate bavarois (Bavarian cream) and sprinkled with Gianduja choc and roasted hazelnuts. It’s one for the Ferrero Rocher lovers, for sure!

71 Shore Street West, Cleveland



This gorgeous new hole-in-the-wall bakery is set to re-open in June 2023 after sadly shutting its doors to pastry lovers in Paddington not long after it opened. Reopening in partnership with Chouquette and Sunny Side, mis.spelt will now serve a tasty mix of stunning croissants, danishes and flaky melt-in-your-mouth morsels.

Soon to be added to the cabinet are the sandwiches from Sunny Side, a sandwich store that makes food with heart. We’re so excited to see one of the best bakeries in Brisbane return in some form, and can’t wait to visit and grab a Blackout coffee from next door, while we’re at it!

173A Latrobe Terrace, Paddington

Lune Croissanterie

Lune Croissanterie

The chokehold Lune Croissanterie has on our pastry cravings… If you’ve been there, you understand. If you haven’t yet, you’re probably wondering why people line up down the street. Let us tell you right now: it’s worth it! This cult favourite venue is easily one of the best bakeries in Brisbane.

You may want to pre-order your favourites so that you don’t miss out, with seasonal flavours like chocolate and pear danish, chocolate banana rum and ginger molasses flying off the shelves. Lune croissants are crafted to perfection and their limited edition special flavours keep us on the tip of our tastebuds at any given moment. Try now, thank us later.

Sitchu Tip: If you’re a Lune lover, book in for their specialty Lune Lab set menu experience. Beginning with Lune's signature (and iconic!) traditional croissant, followed by an experimental sweet and savoury course, this degustation is a foodie’s dream.

Multiple locations

King Street Bakery

King Street Bakery

Staffed by internationally trained bakers and skilled pastry chefs, King Street Bakery really know bread. With artisanal loaves, viennoiserie, tarts and cakes all made in-house, it’s going to be tricky making your pick of the day when you visit this little bakery. Lately, we’re craving the New York Roll, a classic apple strudel New York roll, filled with vanilla-infused pastry cream, apple and sultana spiced compote and garnished with candied walnuts.

Whether you’re making a pit stop for a humble sausage roll or for some avo on toast before work, we know it’s not going to be the last time you grace this Brisbane bakery with your pastry-craving presence.

20 King Street, Bowen Hills


Sprout Artisan Bakery

If you’re one to take your loaves very seriously, this is the spot. Born from a passion for high-quality, artisanal baked goods, Sprout prides itself on its lovingly prepared sourdough, delectable danishes and tasty tarts. Popping up at the Rocklea Markets and now with a well-established shopfront on bustling James Street, you best get in quick before the daily bread is sold out.

Another reason that Sprout makes our list of the best bakeries in Brisbane is their unwavering commitment to not only ensuring the quality of their product but also the attention they pay to minimising their environmental footprint. This bakery uses a closed-loop recycling system with a local farm to manage their food waste and prevent it from adding to landfill.

76 James Street, Fortitude Valley


Darvella Patisserie

When the Venzin Group set up shop anywhere, Brisbane takes notice. Named for the tiny town in Switzerland that their ancestors hail from, Darvella warmly welcomes you to explore their range of croissants, bread and speciality cakes. You can also sample locally made Swiss-style cheeses, meats and savoury pastries. Darvella has a strong focus on utilising sustainable and local produce of the highest quality.

This Brisbane bakery is located on the bright and bustling Oxford Street in Bulimba, making it the ideal, sunshine-filled spot to stop and enjoy a sweet treat for breakfast with a coffee. Personally, we can’t go past their almond croissant, it’s one of the best in Brisbane!

37 Oxford Street, Bulimba



Fresh, bright and full of fresh croissants. Not a bad combination when it comes to breakfast spots! Peruse the display of savoury or sweet breakfast croissants at the Superthing counter, before taking a seat in the colourful dining area. You can watch the magic happen as the pastry chef rolls out the dough in the open kitchen space behind the counter. Superthing is always bustling with people and pups on weekends and early mornings, a clear marker of a contender in the running for Brisbane’s best bakeries.

So the next time you’re looking to brighten up your morning, we recommend beginning it with a delicious Padre coffee and one of Brisbane’s freshest croissants.

215 Montague Road, West End



Just because you’re vegan doesn’t mean that you need to miss out on delicious baked treats. This is without a doubt one of the best bakeries in Brisbane for plant-based pastries!

Veganyumm stocks a full cabinet of delectable desserts that would turn any head, including some gluten-free options. You can find freshly made sausage rolls, pies and pasties warm in the cabinet for a quick and tasty lunch, best washed down with a milkshake (Neopolitan is our shake flavour of choice).

Order a cake for your next special occasion, or pop in when the sweet tooth craving hits…Veganyumm is open until late, perfect for those late-night snack attacks when you realise you don’t have any treats on hand. Do yourself a favour and pick up a couple of the Tiramisu snack pots to stow in the fridge, they’re utterly unreal.

487 South Pine Road, Everton Park

Jocelyn’s Provisions

Jocelyn’s Provisions

If a beautiful, indulgent yet balanced birthday cake is what you need, Jocelyn is your girl. With a nationwide reputation for the highest quality ingredients and artisanal baking skills, you’ll soon understand why customers just keep coming back. Whether it’s her grab-and-go sandwiches for your lunch break or something sweet to tide you over, Jocelyn’s is one of the best bakeries in Brisbane to visit when you’re in need.

Utilising traditional recipes, Jocelyn’s is the go-to for special events, gifts or preserves and pantry items. With four locations across Brisbane, you can get your fix no matter where you are.

Multiple locations



Anyone who’s been to France will tell you just how incredible the pastries and the fresh beard are… and Chouquette is the closest thing you’ll find to an authentic patisserie in Brisbane. The French owners honour traditional methods of baking to ensure consistent quality across their loaves and cabinet goods. Loaves are baked fresh daily and available in pumpkin, olive, fruit loaf and more. You’ll also find their pastries, croissants and danishes served in mis.spelt, another of our favourite Brisbane bakeries.

When you’re hunting down the best bakeries Brisbane has on offer, Chouquette is a no-brainer! Be sure to tell them that Sitchu sent you.

19 Barker Street, New Farm

Danny’s Bread

Danny’s Bread

Adored by locals, with a line out the door each Saturday morning, the delicious scents wafting from this little bakery will have you following your nose in no time. Danny’s secret to success begins from his extensive expertise in the best ways to mix, ferment, shape and bake the fresh loaves daily and the organic flour and high-quality ingredients that they are made with. We promise you will never look at a supermarket loaf ever again.

If bread isn’t on the agenda, you might like to opt for a sweet jam sponge roll or the impeccable custard tart on offer. There are croissants, danishes and twists all just waiting for you to stop by and collect them on your next weekend morning stroll through Teneriffe.

5/113 Commercial Road, Teneriffe

Looking for more tasty treats, now that you’ve explored all of the best bakeries in Brisbane? Perhaps it’s time to sample some of the best desserts Brisbane has to offer. Or if you need a walk to digest all the bread you just ate, why not stretch your legs on one of the best walks around Brisbane instead?

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