Wide selection of excellent pastries. Good coffee. Fast friendly service. Seating inside and outside. A pleasant visit on a warm Canberra summers day.
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Excellent for breakfast, the eggs with chill jam were sensational and the coffee hit the spot. Great bakery, friendly service and good value. I’ll be back again when next in Canberra. Strong European influence which made for an enjoyable experience, interesting menu. Amazing tarts and...More
Excellent food to look at. The difficulty is choosing as they all look wonderful. Suggest choosing several items and sharing.
Voted Number One Bakery in Canberra it has lived up to it's reputation. There are plenty of delcious delights to choose from, especially on a Saturday. It was full when we were there, with an orderly line of customers waiting to buy something to take...More
Stopped in to purchase a few different kinds of tarts - chocolate, brulee', Choc & hazelnut. I found the choc one too heavy for me but hubby loved it. Loved the brulee' and will go back to try the other varieties.
Silo is a very popular cafe that serves good breakfasts, makes good bread, serves decent coffee but it stands out for its exceptional tarts, pastries and cheeses. It is usually very busy, bread sells out early, but if you don't mind a bit of hustle,...More
Beautiful bakery items - best bread in Canberra - but truly awful, arrogant, unfriendly staff. Time and time again I have been treated by staff - including one of the owners, as an inconvenience. Never a smile, a greeting, a "please" or "thank you". I've...More
A group had Saturday brunch here. Such a popular place there were people queued right thru the cafe to buy bread and other goodies. The staff did well to handle the crowd. Would be better if the sit down and take away areas were separated.
I was going out for dinner so I asked mine host to recommend something light and he did, Bresaola, celeriac pate, pickled raspberries & willowstick bread for $22. It was superb, excellent bresaola and the light layered willowstick bread was just the ticket. Took home...More