Chad Konik

Artisanal sourdough brand Bake Bar has opened the doors to a new venue in Sydney’s Paddington.

It’s the sixth Bake Bar store in the city, which also has locations in Randwick, Double Bay, Rose Bay, Darlinghurst and Harris Farm, Bondi Beach.

The bakery is selling its signature artisanal loaves, pastries, cakes and also has a menu that draws upon Director Gili Gold’s Jewish heritage.

“Customers can expect to see their favourite items on the new Paddington menu, with coffee and a famous shakshuka to make an appearance,” says Gold.

The summer café menu covers breakfast and lunch alongside a selection of hot and cold beverages.

Breakfast dishes include brekkie rolls, eggs Benedict, toast and three types of shakshuka.

Lunch options encompass a falafel and quinoa salad bowl, chicken shawarma plate, a range of salads, pastas, wraps, bagels, paninis, sandwiches and more.

Chad Konik

Bread is baked all day and covers a range of different sourdoughs, gluten-free options as well as fruit, olive and l’ancienne loaves and baguettes.

Other baked goods include bread rolls, berry poppy seed scones, organic fruity muffins, hot cross buns, custard berry Danishes, cheese pockets, banana slices, Mediterranean scrolls, chocolate brownies and croissants.

On Fridays, the bakery will be serving up a selection of Jewish challah bread with flavours covering plain, sesame, poppy seed and poppy and sesame seed.

Guests can also order cupcakes, macarons, cookies, tarts, cakes, pies and sausage rolls, mini pastries and sweet packs.

The store is also using coffee beans from Gusto Espresso and is giving local businesses free coffee coupons until the 29 December.

Bake Bar Paddington is open seven days a week from 6am until 3pm.