Saturday, January 9, 2010

Bourke Street Bakery, Surry Hills

This bakery in the trendy inner city suburb of Surry Hills is a personal favourite of mine. One only has to come here on a Saturday morning to witness its popularity. Co-owners Paul Allam & David McGuiness have even a published book to prove it.

There is always a queue of hungry patrons at the door, patiently waiting for decadent bakery goodness and caffeine fix. There's the couple with the dog. The mother with the two-year-old. And the guy from two blocks away.

For me, there is nothing more satisfying than sipping a cup of freshly brewed mocha here on a weekend morning. At one point I think I might have been addicted. Made with melted dark chocolate, Bourke Street Cafe’s mocha carries (at most times) a fine balance between the bitter tone of coffee and the subtle sweetness of the chocolate.

Mocha is best had with a lamb sausage roll or a croissant or a rhubarb tart or a pear and almond tart. Or all of the above, while watching the world go by.

633 Cnr Bourke St and Devonshire
Surry Hills NSW 2010
+612 9699 1011

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2 comment(s):

joey@FoodiePop January 16, 2010 at 7:46 AM  

Love the compositions of your photos, well done!

I thought I'd missed a great food blog but it appears you've only been up and running for a week or two.

Welcome to the community!

foodwink January 17, 2010 at 8:50 AM  

Thanks very much joey@foodiepop - I'm a fan of your blog too.

Foodwink is currently a secret project of mine but I'm glad you that have found it. Thanks for being foodwink's first-ever commenter :)

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