There are not many in Canberra, all the other ‘all you can eat’ places are just yum cha (lunch time @ Spicy Ginger @ the Uni lodge precinct and @ the Italian soccer club in Deakin), although there are some places that do a really good bargain banquet which you are sure to leave full (or even with left overs).
I was taking my Mummy out and about in Belconnen markets and we couldn’t pass Knead without stopping by.
From their website:
“Knead Patisserie’s philosophy is simple: to use real ingredients (organic where possible) and create delicious food from scratch on a daily basis.
Knead Patisserie serves an array of rustic breads including Baguettes, Traditional boiled Bagels, Sourdough, Light Rye and Multigrain Cobbs, tarts including crème brûlée tarts, frangipane, chocolate ganache and berry cheesecake tarts, and individual cakes, muffins & pastries.”
They have a beautiful marble top studded with beautiful tarts, breads and pastries.
Berry Cheese cake ($5.00) and creme brulee tart ($5.00).
Berry Cheese cake – Even though the cheese layer was very thin (in comparison to a ‘normal’ cheesecake), there was intense cheesecake flavour. Truly wonderful.
Creme brulee tart despite leaving it a few hours before eating, the top still had a great toffee sugar top that I could break with a spoon. The custard filling was silky smooth and delicious!
There were so many choices and everything looked incredible it made it very hard to only choose two things.
Venue: Knead patisserie
Address: Shop 18, Belconnen Markets, Belconnen
Phone: (02) 6162 3200