Review: Baked Republic, Marrickville

Eat, Sydney / 1 July 2020

Marrickville has scored a new artisanal bakery, Baked Republic, and you’re going to want to know about it.

There are a few things in life you can never have too much of. Dogs, kindness and bakeries, just to name a few. That’s why we’re thrilled to hear about the opening of Marrickville’s Baked Republic, the latest artisanal bakery to open it’s doors on Addison Road. Despite Baked Republic just opening in May (yep, they bravely opened in peak ‘rona time) owners Dim, Vinny and Moe, have been in the baking game for many years. This ain’t their first rodeo and well, it shows.

Their little bakery is takeaway-based which allows them to focus on making delicious coffee and great pastries. And the shopfront is just the tip of the iceberg, with a large production kitchen out the back where all the magic happens to fulfil both their customer and wholesale demands.

Baked Republic’s ‘cruffins’ are becoming the locals favourite and it’s easy to see why.  These treats are shaped like a muffin but made with the flaky pastry of a croissant and you can opt for them with or without their signature vanilla custard filling. ‘Their take on a Portuguese tart’ is a must-try along with any of the single-serve-sized artisanal cakes, which are works of art in their own right and taste just as good as they look.

To top it off Baked Republic roast their own house blend of coffee beans so rest assured you can enjoy a great cup of coffee to complete your morning indulgences. Because come on, that cake just looks lonely on its own, right?

Baked Republic are takeaway only and have plans to soon expand their repertoire to sell pies, sausage rolls and bread. Find Baked Republic at 108 Addison Road, Marrickville, open Wed to Fri 6:30am to 4pm and weekends from 7am to 4pm. Find out more here.

Feeling hungry? Check out our list of the Best Bakeries in Sydney.

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