Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Looking for Japanese food in Sydney? You would find plenty of Japanese restaurants across the city, from an affordable Kura to the most expensive one like Tetsuya , but should you look for Japanese bakery, there is only one Japanese Bakery (as far as I know) located in Killarney Heights, north of the city. As an adventurous foodie, I didn't mind to take 20 minutes train-ride to Chatswood station and changed for another 15 minutes ride by Forest bus to find this Fuji Japanese Bakery nestled in a relatively quite suburb away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Once I stepped in the shop, looked around the range of breads, cakes, puddings, twisted doughnuts and other yummy looking desert. As I picked almost one of each from the display, the lady offered the Rum and Raisin roll, a rum flavoured chocolate cake with raisins, definitely it was an offer I couldn't refuse. The Chocolate mouse and Rum and raisin roll cost me $ 2.50 each.
Chocolate mouse & Rum raisin roll
The fruit bread like walnut bread with raisin costs $1.30, while another range of bread like ham and potato salad, ham and egg, tuna pan, mayonaise and cheese, and bacon roll cost around $2.70. These additive-free breads are really yummy, I would comeback again for some daifuku next time since it was sold out already.