Just weeks after the hugely anticipated opening of the luxury food hall Mercado, King Street Bakery follows suit. While King Street has always been home for the ambitious, award-winning pair, Shannon and Clare Kellam’s new digs will not be recognisable. Leaving behind Montrachet Boulangerie for a new brand and a bigger space, all baked goods are about to get a serious competitor.
Their newest rustic, brick-laid home, King Street Bakery, is a space for inspired artisan bakers, bringing traditions across oceans from the quaint villages of France. If that’s not a feat of baking, then we’re not sure what is. Montrachet Boulangerie was the beginning, but its potential was limited when conjoined with the esteemed restaurant, Montrachet. This is their new beginning with a new identity, expanding down King Street like bakery bosses.
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Open from 6:30am to 2:30pm, you’re covered for breakfast, lunch and all the bread you could ever dream of. Paired with a serious list of Australian and European wines, you’ll have a match made in heaven. Choose from a range of breakfast delights from your usual bacon and eggs to the exotic options of Oeuf cocotte gaçon pays-basque and Ora King Salmon gravalax. While we may not speak French, the adjacent English translations are a nice touch.
King Street bakery boasts an array of Viennoiseries, sweet and savoury delights and fresh, crusty bread made on the daily. Their temperature-controlled kitchen is as serious as we are about bread. Expansive glass windows will display croissants being laminated, Danishes being folded and loaves being pulled from deep ovens, as the scents of these bakers put you in a trance. If we’re going to eat carbs, we’re going to do it well. Pull up a stool and be transported to the streets of Paris.
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