Whether you are after something savoury or sweet, bakeries will usually stock the right treat. We have chosen some of the top places around the Penrith area you need to visit…
5. Cath’s Cakes (Queen Street, St Marys)
With shops in both St Marys and Jamisontown, there is no excuse to not stop by and see what is on offer.
They are a proper bakery offering freshly made to order cakes but if you just want a slice, they have mini-single serves to-go available.
They have dine-in options, so grab some brunch followed by coffee and some of their caramel cake.
4. La Bakehouse Café (High Street, Penrith)
Also known as High Street Pies and Pastries, this family owned business has stood the test of time in the Penrith area.
Their weekly selection of pies that are baked daily like their Mexicana or vegetarian pies have won them multiple awards in the Aussie Pie Competition over the years.
While you are there don’t forget to add a delicious custard tart to your order, you won’t regret it.
3. Penrith Pies and Pastries (York Road, Jamisontown)
Everyone loves bread and crumbly pastries even those who are coeliac, but Penrith Pies and Pastries has you covered.
With an extensive gluten free range, they have bread, sausage rolls, vanilla slice and even sponge cakes that are suitable for all dietary requirements.
With fresh products and friendly staff, it is a must try.
2. Jamison Bakery (Henry Street, Penrith)
Now available on Uber Eats, you can’t go past their flavour packed Vietnamese rolls made on their beautiful baked bread.
Their friendly staff, great prices and portion sizes will have you coming back for more.
1. Poles Patisserie (Nepean Village)
Poles Patisserie is the perfect place to sit down, relax and enjoy your baked goods.
If you are after a custom cake or sweet treat, they will have it. Their cheese and bacon rolls are top tier while their spinach and ricotta rolls and sausage rolls have the flakiest crust you will find.
Grab a mouth-watering macaron!
A graduate of Western Sydney University, Emily covers community news and entertainment for the Western Weekender.