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The Dough Collective Bakery - Grand Opening

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A new hot artisan inspired bakery is in town to change our opinion about the simple loaf of plain bread.



Doesn't this look like Hansel and Gretel's bread-house? So adorably sweet. Just like stepping into a storybook.

There is a Grand Opening promotion: 3 for the price of 2 from 20 February till 22 February 2014. That certainly generated a buzz - the bakery was lined up with happy customers piling up their trays with assorted breads.



The Dough Collective is located on George Street directly opposite Event Cinemas in Sydney CBD (where TimeZone Game Center used to be.)

The place has a rustic raw organic feel to it. The philosophy is all about slow and steady to make premium breads. As advertised, they used fresh raw ingredients and make the dough from scratch.

The atmosphere is earthy just like the freshly baked breads coming out ovens, right here on the premises.

Every loaf I saw was large round, plain and rustic.



The Dough Collective is all about experimenting and challenging our fixed notions of breads. Here at the self-service counters, you will find breads in different shapes, sizes and flavours.

Some wacky (Goji Rolls, Tea Breads and Lychee Multi-grains) and others classic (Double Choc Roll, Raisin Scones, Cheese Rolls).



It was kind of hard for me to make any decisions on what to buy but the management resolved that obstacle by offering generous samples of all the breads. This way, customers can try before they buy.

So I ended up getting the Choc-Strawberry in Heaven (dried strawberry, Belgium chocolate chips and red wine); the Mango Tango (dried mango, raisins and red wine) ; and the Two Cheeses
garlic sauce, shallot, walnuts, cream cheese and Italian Grana Padano parmesan).

I really liked the Two Cheese bread because it was flavoursome and was filled with generous cheese bits. The Sweet rolls were a delight as well with a hint of red wine.



Do a sampling round before you are committed to buying a large loaf of bread.

By the way, they serve coffee too!
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Why? Buy 3 pay 2 special promotion
When: 7am - 8pm
Phone: 9283 4888
Where: 614 George Street Sydney.
Cost: $4-6 per bread
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yeah - attractive - we paid $6 for a section of a loaf with parmesan cheese in it - pretty tasty - the best bit is free to try every flavour - after which you'll probably end up buying something ...
by ultim (score: 2|424) 2330 days ago
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