Sydneysiders with special dietary requirements are in for a special treat, with the announcement that a gluten-free treat favourite is opening in the Sydney CBD.
Gluten and dairy-free eaters are likely already familiar with Wholegreen Bakery’s range of delicious, freshly-baked goodies, and will be excited to learn of its plans to open a new café in the city, meaning you’ll be able to get your treats on your lunch break.
Known for its gluten-free croissants, brioche, sourdough, pain au chocolat and hot cross buns, Wholegreens can currently be found I Waverly, the Northside Produce Markets on the first and third Saturdays of every month, and the Carriageworks Farmers Market on every other Saturday.
Making the announcement on Facebook on February 3, Wholegreen owners said they couldn’t wait to open the new CBD location.
“Okay, so hold onto your hats, we are opening a NEW CAFE IN THE CITY,” the announcement read.
“Yes, yes, you’ll soon be able to enjoy your favourite Wholegreen Bakery delights in the middle of Sydney’s CBD as well as our Waverley location. We’re flat chat working on the design and fitout of the cafe to be ready to open next month.
“We’ll reveal the exact location soon but can we just say, it’s a pretty amazing space and we can’t wait to welcome you there! Stay tuned for updates.”
Wholegreen’s menu also has dairy-free, sugar-free and vegan options, and the new CBD spot will have lunchtime staples like spinach and feta pasties, fresh salad rolls and cheese toasties available, along with its crowd favourite apple pie, berry tarts, eclairs, sausage rolls and veggie frittatas.
It will also be larger, with space for 60, and licensed – meaning you can enjoy a refreshing wine or (gluten-free) beer with your croissant or sausage roll.
Both Wholegreen cafes are 100 per cent gluten-free and are currently in the process of getting accreditation from Coeliac Australia.