Kurtosh

Kurtosh is a European bakery that makes all their pastry instore. Known especially for their Kurtosh/Kürtőskalács or “Chimney Cake”, the traditional Hungarian pastry is made with tightly wrapped pastry coils that are doused in sugar, caramelised by baking to produce a crispy flaky exterior and soft interior. You can then have them topped with your … Continue reading Kurtosh

Tenacious Bakehouse

Yeongjin Park’s (ex-Lode and Piccolo Leo) brings us Tenacious Bakehouse, a whole in the wall spot in Oxford Street, Darlinghurst serving up some incredible pastries. A pastry with cornflakes and onion Mayo, red bean pandora, black garlic crown, there’s certainly unique and interesting flavour combinations. This place is expensive, but you do need to pay … Continue reading Tenacious Bakehouse

Custard Canteen

I made a great find whilst strolling around Tallebudgera. I see some bright red and white umbrellas and outdoor tables and head towards the hole in the wall kiosk, only to discover it’s a sibling to Bam Bam and Cubby Bakehouse and I’m very excited for the treats they’ll have. It’s a lovely spot in … Continue reading Custard Canteen