Baked Goodness at Brewbakers
By Kate McCart | Posted in Plating Up | 24 February 2012 11:31AM
Tucked at the rear of a car park and behind two old garage doors, a delightfully quaint bakery-come-café is not what you expect to find.
Brewbakers has quietly, but steadily built a reputation for baked goodness worth driving from all corners of the city for, which is exactly what people do. From melt-in-your-mouth bagels and rustic handmade sausage rolls to sourdough jam donuts and the most amazing chocolate brownies, you’ll end up unconsciously buying one of everything.
Of a Saturday morning, the tiny hole in the wall becomes somewhat less discreet with a line of hungry breakfasters in need of a good ol’ bacon and egg bagel or scrambies on sourdough stretching out into the car park (Note: To all who hate queuing this won’t be enough to deter you - you will be back to pay homage soon enough).
While Brewbakers may not impress the pretentious, anyone with an appetite for delicious and good quality food will instantly fall in love.
337 Sandgate Road, Albion
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