Queens Pastry, Hobart CBD

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HOBART | Queens Pastry opened in the backstreets of Hobart at the end of 2016 and soon became famous for its croissants and coffee. It’s a calming space, with pastel green and white tiles and white walls matching the pastel coffee cups and overall aesthetic of the space.

Coffee is excellent, with espresso based drinks being a particular highlight – the house blend uses beans sourced from local roasters Pilgrim Coffee and is poured through a La Marzocco Linea PB. The croissants are perfectly layered and flaky, and made to a schedule, so you can plan your visit to make sure you get them as fresh as possible – they come out of the oven at 7.30am, 8.45am and 10.30am daily.

Other pastries stand out too, particularly the cruffins, a cross between a croissant and a muffin that combines the crispy, layered buttery aspects of a croissant with the dense, moist goodness of a muffin. The hokey pokey flavour is particularly delicious if you see it on offer when you visit. Also keep an eye out for the Golden Gaytime filled doughnuts.

Queens Pastry is also notable for its commitment to training the next generation of women in the hospitality industry. From making coffee and pastries, to balancing costs, understanding accountability, staff management, and how to manage customers and conflict resolution, co-owner Chelsea Löwik is doing her part in an industry that’s still predominantly run by men.

Queens Pastry

114 Harrington Street
Hobart CBD
Tasmania 7000
Australia

Telephone: (03) 6236 9198
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Fri: 7:00am to 5:00pm
Sat: 7:00am to 3:00pm

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