Pastry chef Keiran McKay, of Baked by Keiran, will open a new bakery on Friday 8 May in Elizabeth Bay.

McKay is known for his 72-hour sourdough variations, viennoiserie, sausage rolls, pies, signature lamington, canele, millefeuille, salted caramel chocolate and lemon tarts, all of which will be on the menu in Elizabeth Bay.

The French trained chef has been making bread since the age of 15, working with the likes of British chefs Tom Aikens and Jamie Oliver, as well as Neil Perry. He opened his first wholesale-only bakery in Dulwich Hill in 2017, expanding to include retail and wholesale trade from two locations in 2018.

The Elizabeth Bay bakery will offer a complimentary coffee to health care workers with any bakery purchase on opening day.

“I planned to open the bakery before the coronavirus pandemic,” says McKay. “We know it’s a big focus right now, to say thank you to our new neighbours in health care working to keep us all healthy during this time, I’m pleased to offer a free coffee with any purchase this Friday.”

Baked by Keiran will be open between 6.30am and 2.00pm Monday to Saturday and 7.00am to 2.00pm on Sundays.

 

 

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  1. Lovely to see that you have opened up at Peakhurst. I am passionate about supporting small businesses and finally on Saturday I had the opportunity to drop into your store.
    I was greeted quite rudely by your staff stating that it was 10 min to 2 o’clock!
    I trust that this is not how you train yourself staff?
    It would have great to have been greeted politely and perhaps even a suggestions sell as there was plenty of stick left to be sold in the last 10minutes.

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