Great venue for a drink or 2, however it is a little short of space for large groups. The staff managed very well though in ensuring orders were completed quickly.
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We visited around 2pm on a weekend and many of the items had sold out. We loved the HUGE sausage rolls (great value at $4.50 as they were big enough to share) and kids loved the ginger bread men. There is seating inside and out.
I ate breakfast at the Bakery when attending a workshop at the Convent recently. A funky location, quite labyrinthine with buildings all over the site and not the easiest location to work out, the Bakery was recommended by the workshop organisers as a great place...More
Wow! love this place came here a few weekends in a row as I was doing a writers course, I had their homemade soup! scrumptous!
Came here for brunch with my mother, and was delighted with the food. We had eggs benedict which was delicious. The decor and general feel of the place is relaxing and rustic. Only gets 4 stars because they put hollandaise on my eggs even when...More
I know this bakery from the point of view of a visitor interested in social history. The bakery is located in the convent's kitchen wing and uses two wood-fired masonry ovens that were installed by the nuns in 1901. What a heritage to keep going.
Had heard a lot of positive reviews and finally got to visit. Fabulous seating outside with some seats under shade/umbrellas and others in sun; inside tables too. Nice choice of pies. We had steak & mushroom which was very tasty! The other pie was lasagne...More