We're often spoilt in Melbourne with artfully inventive breakfast options, which is what makes Seddon's no-frills bakery a modest guilty pleasure. Sourdough Kitchen recognises those comforting wishes to sometimes keep things simpler with say a toasted scroll, sausage roll or indulgent buttery ham and cheese croissant.
Visually the sparse walls and basic fit-out may lack imagination, yet inadvertently this serves to only reinforce the actuality that first and foremost this is a bakery. On hand to serve a closely supportive local community are a team of friendly staff with a well-stocked selection of sourdough breads and pastries baked onsite. Pumpkin, multigrain, rye and olive make popular varieties for take-home loaves whilst plum jam doughnuts and their famed sourdough croissants keep your fingers rightfully sticky.
Having always enjoyed baking, owner and former chef Alex Rogers appears to have filled a noticeable gap in the steadily growing Victoria Street in Seddon. Whether you choose to dine in for breakfast or fill brown paper bags with a few special home-time treats, Sourdough Kitchen will feed your craving for simpler and affordable indulgences.