Grandma’s Little Bakery, at Collector, on the way from Sydney to Canberra a good place to stop for a bite to eat. The cafe overlooks the Fedra Olive Grove.
Grandma’s Little Bakery grows the olives for their own extra virgin olive oil, olives, and herb-infused olive oils.
Everything at Grandma’s is fresh and full of flavour. The pesto and the tomato mix and the dressing on the salad all pack a punch. This was a puff pastry (made by Grandma’s) with lamb inside.
The shakshuka, eggs cooked in a tomato and capsicum base, again with lots of fresh herbs, accompanied by crusty fresh bread was a good way to start the day.
Grandma’s makes their own dips, jams, relishes, sauces, meals to take home, pastries, cookies, cakes, etc. I hear on cooking shows on TV criticism about something “not being made with love”. That seems so silly most of the time, but in this case, it’s obvious that Grandma’s cares about quality produce, and how that food is presented.
Grandma’s now also has a cafe in Alexandria, which I’m looking forward to trying sometime.
On the Grandma’s web site they say “where everyone feels at home”. Certainly felt that way to me.
Here are the details about Grandma’s Little Bakery, Collector, at time of posting. Please check their web site for more current details.
|Web site / Facebook||http://www.grandmasbakery.com.au/
|Address||5796 Federal Highway, Collector NSW 2581|
|Phone||02 4848 0240|
Every day, 7 days a week: 9 am to 4 pm.
Kitchen closes at 3 pm. Afternoon tea available from 3 pm to 4pm.
Some public holidays are subject to change.
Where’s your favourite road trip place to stop for a bite to eat?