Infinity Bakery

Cafes, Eat, Sydney / 3 December 2014

Infinity Bakery in Darlinghurst is a small family run business that was taken over from renowned chef and baker, Philip Searle, in 2008. Building on the established business, siblings Sophie and William Petersen have taken it to the next level, expanding the business to Manly and (as of yesterday) Paddington. This shop and cafe has opened on Oxford St where Charlie Brown used to reside, next to Love Supreme.
The new Infinity Bakery combines both a bakery and a cafe where you can try tasty baked goods including artisan bread, gourmet pies, sandwiches and pastries. The cafe features a sophisticated look with lots of light and high ceilings that give it a warm and cozy feel. The bakery will also feature an indoor and outdoor cafe with seating for up to 30 people.

Some of the menu highlights include:

Handmade artisan sourdough: The heroes are white sourdough ($6.60 per loaf), soy and linseed sourdough ($6.90 per loaf) and wholemeal rye ($7.20 per loaf)
Tasty and tangy lemon meringue tart ($3.50 for small, $5.50 for large)
Renowned Infinity chocolate brownie ($4.00)
Melt-in-your-mouth almond croissant ($4.50)
Guilty pleasure cinnamon scrolls ($3.80)
Gourmet pies, including chicken and mushroom ($6.80) and lamb, pea and carrot ($6.80)

Infinity Bakery
Paddington – 178 Oxford St, Paddington
Opening hours: 6am – 4pm, 7 days a week
Phone: 02 9361 5781

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