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best bread in sydney
Fresh from the bakers oven, and somewhere in the city...who would have thought.


Bread loving Sydneysiders, you're in for either a sweet and/or a savoury treat, depending on your preferences of course. A new bakery that starts their dough afresh with an artisan feel has just opened up in George Street, while there is another place at Sydney Airport that also sells some awesome artisan dough. Where do you get your flour fix for sandwiches, toasts and the like in sensational Sydney?

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The Dough Collective, just opened up on George Street in the City:

http://sydneyfoodlovers.com.au/the-dough-collective-sydney-city/

Brasserie Bread - Sydney Domestic Airport (Virgin Australia terminal) and Botany.
In my humble opinion the best bread in Sydney is to be found in Haberfield. Pasticceria Papa on Ramsay St has the most amazing array of bread, baked fresh and with the best ingredients the way only the Italians, and those who have learned from the Italians, know how. Just walk into this wonderful haven of baked goods and allow the aroma of bread and coffee fill and excite the senses.
I think Bakers Delight in Forrestville is great because of their wide selection.
There is an Irish bakery stall at Marrickville Markets on Sundays. Their potato bread is unexpectedly exceptional.
Brickfields Bakery in Chippendale has great bread. Made then and there. You can take away or sit in for lunch/breaky. It's quite small though and a little out of the way. My review: http://sydneyfoodlovers.com.au/brickfields-chippendale/
Bourke St Bakery, of course! There's the original shop in Surry Hills and a bigger, family-friendly one hidden in Marrickville. And for the real fans, they also have the Central Baking Depot in the CBD, although there's more takeaway food there than loaves.
The deep, bubbly crust on their sourdoughs and baguettes is a thing of beauty.
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