Self Raised Bread Shoppe
After mastering the art of pizza dough, the My Mother's Cousin Team has moved on to baked goods with the goods.
April 05, 2023
The crew behind beloved pizza shop My Mother's Cousin is carving out a claim to be the go-to hospitality group for anything dough-related in Sydney's south. Not content with running one of the area's best pizzerias, the team has delivered another standout venue in the form of Self Raised Bread Shoppe.
Decked out in retro signage and awnings accompanied by a chequered lino floor and wood panelling, the cafe and bakery is serving carb-laden goodness on Jubilee Avenue in the Sydney suburb of Carlton, just down from Jubilee Stadium.
On the counter you'll find a glass cabinet with the day's baked wares for sale. Expect kouign-amanns, croissants, filled doughnuts, tarts and cinnamon buns all ready to satisfy your sweet cravings. Or, if you'd prefer the savoury route, opt for focaccia topped with tomato and ricotta, sausage rolls or a selection from the made-to-order sandwich menu.
If you're heading in before 10.30am and on the hunt for something hot and hearty you have two choices. The first is the egg, cheese and potato hash on a milk bun with your choice of peppered ketchup or the specialty house sauce plus the optional addition of sausage — a perfect combo for a Sunday morning after a big night. The other option is your classic sourdough grilled cheese with mushroom as an optional added extra.
From 10.30am until close, the sandwich selection expands to include mortadella, turkey, ham, and salami hoagies; tuna sandwiches loaded with dill, onion, cheese and pickles; a vegetarian delight that loads up ciabatta with artichoke, onion, rocket, parmesan and mayo; or a classic panko-crumbed schnitzel sambo on white bread.
Self Raised Bread Shoppe does have more than your bread needs covered. There's also shelves of providore faves like hot sauces, cold meats, sardines, olives, burrata, coffee beans and cans of iced tea.
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