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Infinity Bakery Darlinghurst

A pioneer of Sydney's organic sourdough scene, Infinity's still hard to beat.
By Melanie Colwell
January 31, 2017
By Melanie Colwell
January 31, 2017

Nowadays, bakeries in Sydney specialising in sourdough are a dime a dozen. Twenty years ago? Not so much. Infinity Bakery, originally led by baker Philip Searle, was a rare find for organic sourdough in the inner city. And while the bakery scene has shifted dramatically in the proceeding years, Infinity — now led by brother and sister duo, William and Sophie Peterson — is still the go-to for locals seeking authentic (and crazy delicious) baked treats.

The business, which now also has outposts in Manly and Paddington, is all about following traditional Parisian baking practices. Alongside its range of sourdough — white, wholemeal, spelt and rye — you can find expertly made pastries, from croissants and cinnamon scrolls to piping hot pies, plus cakes, muffins, sandwiches and a brownie that can't be beat.

Images: Image: Trent Van der Jagt/Kitti Gould.

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