Woodlands Sourdough

1922 Wishlisted
~$10/pax
What We Love
  • Previously at Serene Centre, now at The Longhaus in Thomson
  • Few seats, prepare to queue on weekends
  • Bakes, sandwiches, great coffee by Cata
  • Cauliflower Pizza, Brownie, Donut, Babka

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Lots of cheese, with mushrooms and a quail egg.

I really liked this. Topping to bread ratio was perfect. Bread was slightly crusty outside but not too hard and chewy and tangy inside. Loved the generous amount of cheese with mushrooms.

Will get this again.

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It was nutty and moist with blueberries inside and pistachio on top. I like the flavours but prefer it with less syrup so it will not so wet and sweet.

Not bad. May buy again.

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Banana, chocolate, frangipane, peanuts, desiccated coconut.

I love their frangipane tarts but this had too much going on. It could do without the peanuts and coconut as it overpowered the other flavours. I could not taste the banana at all.

My fav tart of theirs is still the apple tart. Will not get this and the treacle tart - which is way too sweet - again.

Chocolate tahini bun = chocolate + tahini
Chocolate bun = chocolate + plenty of whole hazelnuts. The chocolate bun reminds me of their hazelnut brownie but in bread form.

I enjoy the nuttiness with the addition of tahini but I still miss the version with whole hazelnuts. Would be perfect if they did chocolate tahini + whole hazelnuts. The bread this time was abit dry too.

Still prefer the chocolate bun (with hazelnuts).

Sourdough toast was done very well as usual, and it came with a very generous amount of mushrooms and cheese. The item was a lot more filling than it looked, although it was well worth the $5!

White chocolate cookie, on the other hand, was really sweet! While we appreciated the generous serving of nuts, there was a strange salty flavour on one side of the cookie???

I had vegemite once in Australia and I did not like it at all, so I was hesitant about marmite but someone had told us that this was good so we went for it.

Wow, just wow. I was so surprised at how enjoyable it was! Savoury and chock full of flavour, with the scallions providing another layer of fragrance. I don’t know whether pure marmite really tastes like that, or if the wsd bakers added extra stuff to it to produce this tasty thing, but yeah I’ll definitely be more open to trying marmite stuff now!

Pistachio blueberry financier was yummy! It’s almond-y and moist as usual.

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