Falco Bakery, Collingwood

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MELBOURNE | Where Rockwell & Sons once stood now stands Falco Bakery. It’s from the same team behind Rockwell – Casey Wall, Manu Potoi and Michael Bascetta who are also the people behind Capitano and Bar Liberty. The new venue sees lots of delicious baked treats being served up under the supervision of head baker and co-owner Christine Tam.
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Tam worked at Loafer Bread, Tivoli Road Bakery, and San Francisco’s Tartine Bakery before this, and her experience shows. The baked goods here are exceptional. Do make sure that you grab a sourdough country loaf to go. The Swiss cheese, sauerkraut and pastrami toasted sandwich is divine, as is the cheese, egg, and bacon muffin.

The fabled peanut butter and miso cookie is every bit as good as people say, with a wonderfully crunchy exterior, and a soft gooey centre. The coffee, roasted in house, is also great. And if you’re longing for Rockwell’s iconic double patty smash burger, you can get it at Falco, in pie form.

Falco Bakery

288 Smith Street
Collingwood
Victoria 3066
Australia

Telephone: n/a
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Sun: 8:00am to 4:00pm

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