Brisbane's Best Bakeries for Lovers of Pastries, Bread & Baked Goods
Flaky pastry, perfected loaves and delightful danishes are all the things you can expect from Brisbane’s best bakeries.
Running low on #croissantent? Have a pastry craving like never before? Never fear! Brisbane has some amazing bakeries around town and we have selflessly volunteered ourselves to explore them for you. How nice are we? To feed your pastry-loving soul, here are our favourite bakeries in Brisbane.
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.
76 James Street, Fortitude Valley
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, breads 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.
37 Oxford Street, Bulimba
Fresh, bright and full of fresh croissants. Not a bad combination when it comes to breakfast spots! Choose from savoury or sweet breakfast croissants displayed at the Superthing counter, take a seat in the colourful dining area and you can watch the pastry chef roll out dough in the open kitchen space. Brighten up your morning by beginning it with a delicious Padre coffee and 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. Veganyumm stock 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. Order a cake for your next special occasion, or pop in when the sweet tooth craving hits (Veganyumm are open until 10pm, perfect for the late-night snack attacks).
473 South Pine Road, Everton Park
If a beautiful, indulgent yet balanced birthday cake is what you need, Joceyln 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. 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.
RW12, Ada Lane, 46 James Street, Fortitude Valley
Shop 17, Camp Hill Marketplace, 25 Samuel Street, Camp Hill
97 Sandgate Road, Albion
70 Eagle Street, Brisbane City
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.
19 Barker Street, New Farm
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.
5/113 Commercial Road, Teneriffe
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