Time Out says
The beloved Bourke Street Bakery Sydney café that opened in 2004 by Paul Allam and David McGuinness, debuts in NoMad with its first-ever New York expansion (the New York space is run by Allam and wife, Jessica Grynberg). Pastries and cakes include lemon curd tarts, carrot cake, ginger crème brûlée, as well as New York-only treats like a PB & J roll. But their savory sausage rolls—lamb and harissa, pork and fennel, as well as a vegetarian-friendly version made with eggplant, chickpea, feta and mint—are what they've come to be known for.
Bourke Street Bakery offers daily bread specials made in-house such as a turmeric and black pepper sourdough. An all-day savory menu includes "Wilbur's Sandwich" (broccoli, fennel, and slow-roasted pork), "Muffaleta Sandwich" (salami, ham, mortadella, mozzarella, provolone and olive salad on ciabatta) and "The Grandma Sandwich" (roasted chicken, celeriac, walnuts and tarragon remoulade on sourdough) as well as a smashed avocado toast, toasts with spreads, a smoked salmon offering, among many, many others. A selection of biodynamic wines are also available for a sit-down drink.