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Brasserie Bread

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Time Out says

With a sourdough starter that would be of legal drinking age in America, Brasserie is another of Sydney’s bread institutions. Using wheat from Gwydir Shire and South Australia’s Southern Flinders Ranges, the large range of single origin and blend wheat breads are widely available throughout all of Australia now. Try the sourdough for a traditional smooth, waxy crumb or the sprouts wheat for a drier, more textured bread.

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Address: 1737 Botany Rd
Banksmeadow
Sydney
2019
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Opening hours: Mon-Fri 7am-3pm; Sat-Sun 8am-2pm