The St Honoré Bakery is a beautiful little bakery and café in Edgecliff, Sydney, that makes stunning cakes, gorgeous pastries, and amazing food that will leave you drooling. The café is one of 3 locations of the same name; the others are in North Sydney and Mossman. However, the Edgecliff location offers more of a sit-down meal like a traditional café experience rather than just baked goods.
The café is located on New South Head Rd, Edgecliff, in Sydney in the EastPoint Food Fair shopping centre. The shop looks right out to New South Head Rd and is close to the New McLean St entrance, on the corner of both streets.
The shopping centre offers 2 hours free parking, so if you’re driving to the café, you’ll be able to park securely without any hassle. EastPoint Food Fair is also right near the Edgecliff Train Station, so if you’re travelling by public transport, you won’t have a long way to go, to get to the café.
The St Honoré Bakery is, as the name suggests, a French style bakery that cooks some wonderful French cakes and pastries. But, they also make some great meals for breakfast and lunch on their café menu. For breakfast, they have many crowd favourites on offer, such as pancakes, bacon and egg rolls, and eggs on toast, but they also have a few other interesting menu items. The croquet monsieur, for example is French favourite, which is a fancy ham and cheese toastie. Another French favourite is the omlette, and the café has different types on their menu, so you can opt for your usual, or try something a little different and try some French cuisine.
The lunchtime menu has more of your usual café options, such as salads, burgers, and fish and chips. But again, if you’re looking for something a bit different, you can’t go past one of their pies. The St Honoré Bakery are famous in the area for their amazing pies, and they do several different types with a French twist. The Beef Burgundy, is a standout of the pies, and it is more than just your average pie, and sure to be a hit with the family.
The St Honoré Bakery doesn’t specifically cater to little ones, but the kids are more than welcome, and portion sizes can be adjusted if you ask. This of course means that there is no ‘kids menu’, but they probably won’t mind too much, because they can still indulge in the selection of cakes, breads and pastries that aren’t as big as the main meals.
The café offers indoor and outdoor dining, so the outdoor option may be better if you have a pram. The café does not have highchairs available, so keep that in mind when visiting.
The best part about it being just inside the shopping centre is that you have access to the bathrooms and parents room in the shopping centre, so that’s another bonus to visiting the café.
OUT AND ABOUT BABY TIP
Like a lot of café’s around Sydney, the St Honoré Bakery offer a free little biscuit with a purchase of any coffee, for both in house or takeaway. This is great for when you’re on the go, or if you just want a tiny little something to go with your coffee.
Monday - Friday: 6am - 5pm
Saturday - Sunday: 7am - 3pm
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