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Saba Artisan Bakery

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Published December 14th 2014
Heaven for pastry and pizza lovers
Cafe, bakery, rainworth
Saba Artisan Bakery

I'm always on the lookout for great new coffee places and while driving around my local area I caught sight of Saba Artisan Bakery located in Bardon off the Boundary Rd roundabout. This is a great location for locals who can walk to the cafe and avoid the issue of parking which can be a little tricky in this area particularly with the school up the hill.

The cafe has seating out the front although with the roundabout so close I opted for inside which is small but air-conditioned. There is also a very nice looking side courtyard. The inside of the cafe is a chic mix of black white and orange as the accent colour with an orange coffee machine, orange tiles and orange cups and saucers. The result is a fresh yet sophisticated feel.
Cafe, bakery, rainworth
Relaxed seating at the side

By day Saba serves Elixir tea and coffee which I can confirm makes a very nice brew. There is a range of bread from multigrain, sourdough, olive bread, Turkish bread, regular and mini baguettes. I tried the multigrain loaf which had a hard crunchy outer edge with a nice firm inside. In addition Saba sells croissants, danishes, mini quiches, melting moments, muffins and a range of mouthwatering evil desserts. These are made by the resident pastry chef and many items change daily. On the day I visited the danishes were sweet cheese and apricot while the muffins were blueberry and white chocolate and raspberry.

By night Saba becomes a pizzeria and offers a range of wood fired pizzas such as margherita, pepperoni, four cheese, Volcano ( heavy on the chili) and the summer pizza which has a range of light salad like toppings. For dessert you can order a nutella pizza and this explained the giant jar of nutella on the counter.

While I visited during the day I imagine that this would be a great place to come for pizza in the evening. The traffic on the roundabout will be lighter and siting outside or in the courtyard would be great on a warm summer's evening.
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Why? Patisserie and Pizzeria
When: Daily 6.30 am - 9pm
Phone: 33697787
Where: 198 Boundary Rd, Bardon
Cost: inexpensive
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