The Rolling Pin Bakery & Patisserie, Magill

I have a soft spot for bakeries, supermarkets and markets … maybe just food in general? There’s just something in a bakery where you see the place overfilling with pies, bread and cakes – the madness of trying to just pick a few! The Rolling Pin Bakery has been on my to eat list for a while and I have finally made it to this casual, chilled out bakery :)

The Rolling Pin Chocolate & vanilla mille-feuille

The crumbly pastry of the quiche was so tasty with flavoursome chicken and filled with delicious eggy custard :)

 Chicken quiche

Chicken Quiche

Caramelised puff pastry was really hard to cut through that I ended just stabbing it and squishing all the cream down – my heart broke as something this pretty was destroyed by me wanting to eat it. Although hard to cut through, the puff pastry was crispy and tasted like a biscuit with smears of French vanilla crème and chocolate crème.

The Rolling Pin Chocolate & vanilla mille-feuille

Chocolate & Vanilla Mille-Feuille

An easy, no fuss lunch with things quite cheap – all together for a pie, coffee, quiche and mille-feuille was $16.

Food: 3/5
Service: 3/5
Atmosphere: 3/5

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