Shuk Bakery is 200 meters down the road from its parent cafe, Shuk. It’s an Israeli-style bakery in the image of a classic neighborhood takeaway spot that serves Turkish bread, challa rolls and croissants. It supplies pastries and other baked goods to Shuk (via tricycle delivery).
Stop in for bourekas (puff-pastry triangles with fillings); gourmet pies and sausage rolls. There’s also a prosciutto, brie, rocket and roast tomato baguette. And the C.A.L.T stuffed with chickpeas, avocado, lettuce, tomato, vegan aioli and coriander. Other options include a roast beetroot or roast pumpkin salad.
Sweets include a coconut cake with dulce de leche and Italian meringue on top. It comes by the slice, as a whole cake (about four slices) or in a tray. Cakes can be ordered for events.
The space is quite small, seating about 10–20 people. There’s a central high bench; a wall covered with bread in baskets; white, brick-style tiles and hanging Edison globes.