New Zealand bakeries have one common feature, they are small in size. This has caused another phenomenon, there are bakeries everywhere in New Zealand, almost around the corner, you will come across an exquisite store. In New Zealand, it is very difficult to stand out from so many bakeries. If you come across any of the 13 famous bakeries listed in this article, don't miss the chance to taste them.
This small store in Oakland is the top seller of cakes. The stylists in the store are very skilled and can make a variety of beautiful cakes. Many local weddings order cakes from this store.
12、THE BAKER'S COTTAGE
This is the most popular bakery in the neighborhood, and many families have given up baking their own bread at home because of it. Good value for money is the specialty of this store, and at a reasonable price point, the cakes and breads from this store look more attractive. The people like things, in quality, taste and consumer experience is right.
Located in New Plymouth, this store is a bakery with an artistic temperament, as its founders include artists. The pastries made by this store are the specialty, and the soft and sticky texture attracts a lot of customers. This store also provides home delivery service, which greatly expands its consumer circle.
In Auckland, this store has many branches and focuses on healthy concept. The store claims that all food ingredients are natural, without any preservatives and additives, and the production process is also under strict supervision. The bread of this store is the best-selling staple product, and the variety of pastries is also very rich.
9、 AMADINE PASTRY
This bakery located in LaCigale French Breeze Bazaar in Oakland has an extremely obvious geographical advantage, and it sells the most popular French and Danish breads among tourists in the landmark Oakland venue. The fruit tarts and puffs it makes are also very worth trying. It is a must-visit store in Oakland when you come to the French Market.
8、OLAF'S ARTISAN BAKERY CAFE
This is a bakery with German flavor. The baker is a German who has more than 20 years of baking experience and has won many awards for his baking works. The most distinctive products of this store are European-style bread and muffins.
This bakery is located in the city of Dunedin and has become a must-see attraction for out-of-town visitors. This store offers quite a variety of desserts, as well as the very special cardamom bread and yeast bread. This store offers coffee, where you can enjoy a delicious meal while taking a relaxing break to build up your energy for the next trip.
This is a Middle Eastern style bakery owned by Middle Easterners, very exotic for New Zealanders. Their butter puff pastry is the most popular product, it is salted caramel flavor, and it is the must eat food in this store. In addition to this, this store is also a master of using butter and sells a series of classics including butter cookies.
This is a bakery with a story, opened by the joint efforts of people in the family. The most distinctive feature of this store is the pies, which have won many awards in related competitions. The salmon and bacon pie is the best product to try.
4、LA PETITE FOURCHETTE
This is a French-style French bakery with French cakes and puffs as the sales stars. In consumer reviews, this store has a high reputation, especially for the dessert macarons it makes, which are very sweet but do not provoke the aversion of diners, and are quite popular.
Many people will come here to buy a cubic croissant and take creative photos as much as possible, and send them to ins to show their results.
LOWREY is located in Auckland, and its butter cookies are known as the Hermes of cookies. It makes six kinds of butter cookies, including original, coffee, matcha, raspberry, black sesame and chocolate, each of which is worth trying. Their crunchy cheese and nougat are also extremely high quality treats.
This store is said to have a history of 600 years, probably the oldest of all bakeries. This store focuses on the concept of environmental health, and everything from flour to yeast is all natural. One of its bakers has won the reputation of being the best baker in New Zealand. The store's yeast cakes, creamy custard and croissants are enduring classics.