The CBD deli and pasta shop boards the locked bakery train, with homemade baked goods – including Oomite rolls, focaccia, and chocolate bombolini – every Saturday.
A slew of Sydney restaurants and cafes turned into bakeries for the lockdown. The last? Fabbrica CBD deli and pasta store. Every Saturday, his home baker Aniruddha Bhosekar lights the oven and prepares a bunch of sweets and savory foods to take away.
For savory, consider homemade sausage rolls with brown sauce; prosciutto cotto (cooked prosciutto) and provolone pie; porchetta and panino sauce; and Oomite scrolls. The sweet tooth will be satiated with sfogliatelle (filled with vanilla cream or ricotta and semolina); chocolate or cream bombolini; Cinnamon brioches; a range of pies – including strawberry and mascarpone, and coffee and acacia seeds; and dark chocolate cake.
Plus, get some fresh bread: sourdough breads, focaccia with a range of toppings (including tomato and anchovies, rosemary and pink salt, and black sesame chili honey); and fougasse.
While you’re at it, we highly recommend that you grab a bottle of natural wine, or maybe a packet of pasta or maybe some cheese to load up with a slice of your newly purchased sourdough.
From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. (or until exhaustion).