Thursday, March 22, 2018

The Bakery from Down Under


I discovered this place when I was walking to meet friends for dinner at a Scottsdale restaurant.  It's called The Great Australian Bakery.  That cute little flag-draped kangaroo stopped me in my tracks.

I checked their menu.  It looks like they specialize in pasties, meat pies and something called a bacon-cheese Brekkie.  Do any of those sound familiar to my Australian friends?

14 comments:

Christine said...

Cute mama kangaroo and her joey! The brekkie sounds good!

Andy said...

I would love to hop right over there and check the place out. :-)

Karl Demetz said...

Nice welcoming mascot.

Roseann said...


Brekkie is a term for Breakfast in England so I s'pose it means the same in Australia. Made of bacon and cheese I bet is is a Breakfast item.

William Kendall said...

That is cute!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Brekkie is my favourite meal Sharon.. but not so sure about a bacon and cheese brekkie πŸ˜€ you will have to pop in and have a meat pie, that's very Aussie πŸ˜€

Judy Ryer said...

That is adorable. You should try something in there.

RedPat said...

It all sounds good but not necessarily healthy, Sharton! Love the Roo!

Bill Nicholls said...

Sounds like a bacon and cheese wrap to me and no us English don't eat things like that for brekkie, we would have a full English. Can't vouch for those from OZ they are an odd lot ;))

Lowell said...

I hope that roo didn't ruin your dinner! :) It and child are very cute. And I think that one of these days when you're feeling Aussie you get yourself back out that way and find out firsthand what this stuff is and what it tastes like. :))

alp said...

Me Gusta... Jajaha... un saludo desde Murcia....

bill burke said...

Nice kangaroo and her youngster. The Brekkie sounds interesting.

Catalyst said...

Roo on the barbie! Oh, no, that would be cruel. Sorry.

Steve Reed said...

Sounds like an Australian version of an egg McMuffin!