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Published June 29th 2017
A bakery inspired by French, Japanese & Korean cultures
Bread Garden is a gourmet boutique bakery in the northeastern suburb of Glynde. It was established in 2012 by baker and chef Johnny Chun and Helena Kim. Their range of freshly baked breads, cakes and pastries - from red bean buns to brioche slider buns - are influenced by a mix of cultures including French, Japanese and Korean. They have a strong position in the wholesale market selling to restaurants, hotels and catering companies. However they also sell direct to the public in their Glynde store. The bakery is located within the Glynde Corner precinct at the intersection of Payneham and Glynburn Roads.
I was first introduced to them when the organisation I work for ordered their beautiful croissants for one of our morning tea events last year. I have also personally been to the bakery to grab a quick lunch in between appointments. My favourites are their almond roti and red bean buns.