They're delicious twisty bits of dense, chewy bread. They come salted, sugared or filled with custard and once you try one you'll forever be in search for more. Bretzel Biz, as its name suggests, is in the business of making bretzels. I too was confused about the difference between bretzel and pretzel but luckily Wikipedia was on hand to fix that and assure me that because it's spelt with a B I'm eating the genuine thing.
Until recently Bretzel Biz bretzels could only be purchased from the delightful faux log cabin van set up at craft markets in Melbourne and surrounds, at a temporary pop-up stall in suburban shopping centres or, if one was very lucky, you could catch the bretzel bakers at work in their shop. But now the elusive Bretzel Biz bretzel can be purchased at any time (or at least during their fixed and regular opening hours) from the brand new Bretzel Biz German Bretzel Cafe in South Kingsville. Step inside for a taste of Bavaria (minus the madness of Oktoberfest) and enjoy an array of sweet and savoury German baked goods with some coffee. The owners and staff are welcoming and clearly proud of their business which creates a great atmosphere and makes you love the bretzels even more.
So while sitting on the grass eating bretzel from a paper bag at a local outdoor craft market is a wonderful thing, the cafe has thankfully opened just in time for the winter months.