Seddon locals love this bakery come cafe, judging by the steady stream of local families and parents with prams coming through the front doors to pop in for a quick coffee and pastry or grab a loaf to take home. There is a cute little kids vintage table and chairs, and some kids books scattered about to keep the little ones entertained while they wait for their babycino with marshmallow and pastry of choice.
Whilst the cafe is spacious, and has ample room for at least a few prams and strollers, the amenities for tiny tots end there… no change table or highchairs. But hey, you can easily make do in this type of spot where the service is friendly and efficient, kids and babies are not out of place, and being a bakery the food comes out super fast. So a stop off at Sourdough Kitchen will be a quickie, but a goodie.
For breakfast or morning tea, choose from pain au chocolat, plum jam croissants, toasted apple and cinnamon scrolls, fruit buns and their famous sourdough croissant. For lunch there are toasted or fresh sandwiches on your choice of Multigrain or Casalinga sourdough, pizza squares with various toppings including potato and rosemary, mushroom or roast pumpkin, and big, fat, homemade sausage rolls filled with either pork and fennel or chicken and leek and served with homemade chutney. Now thats comfort food!
You might also like to take a loaf home, with daily flavours including Olive, Spelt, Multigrain, Ciabatta, Rye, Pumpkin, Fig, almond and apricot, Onion and sage, Cornbread, or Sunflower cobb.
This simple no-frills local bakery with sparse decor and relaxed community vibe offers an affordable alternative for a family breakfast or lunch out. Or pick up a takeaway coffee, some pastries and treats and combine with a visit to one of our favourite parks around the corner on Gamon St. And perhaps a browse in some of Seddon’s best shops for little ones too, including Sedonia and Finch Emporium.