Leisure, Movers + ShakersMarch 04, 2024 / 8 minute read

Best bakeries in Logan

There’s something for every type of sweet tooth and savoury food fans in the City of Logan. From the most flavourful meat pies to cube croissants and flavourful Middle Eastern flatbreads, the following establishments are redefining the local bakery scene.

Pick up your carbohydrate of choice to pair with something from one of the best cafes in Logan and you’re set for the day. Are we missing your favourite bakery? Let us know at communications@logan.qld.gov.au.  

Logan Village Family Favourites Country Bakery 

Recently named the best bakery in Brisbane by Triple M, this fan favourite has been rolling out their popular (and oh-so-buttery) handmade pies for 26 years. You’ll also find beloved classics like fresh cream buns, chocolate mudcake and iced doughnuts in the cabinets. 

Must try: Any of their pies 

Address: 3/1-5 Wharf Street, Logan Village

Chouette 

The Chouette team have embraced the art of French pastry for more than a decade and have finally opened their first outpost in Underwood. This cosy boutique bakery oozes old-world charm with shelves full of colorful macarons, flaky croissants, brown butter-filled cookies and more.  

Must try: Ferrero Rocher croissants 

Address: Shop 34, 11/21 Kingston Road, Underwood

Big Mama’s Bake House

This bakery is slowly building a reputation for having the best banh mi in town. Bahn mi is a crispy Vietnamese sandwich filled with meat, pate, mayo, spices and chili. Customers rave that the Big Mama’s variety is loaded to the brim and topped with a scrumptious secret sauce. To wash it all down, try one of their freshly made bubble teas and don’t forget a sweet treat to take home.  

Must try: Banh mi rolls and jam doughnuts 

Address: Shop 4 6/10 Yeates Crescent, Meadowbrook

Bake It's signature Korean-style chubby doughnuts in Logan Australia.

Bake It

One of the hottest bakeries in Logan, Bake It features Korean-inspired delights like milk cream-filled doughnuts, milk loaves and savoury buns filled with spicy chicken and japchae – a bouncy sweet potato noodle. When you arrive, just grab a tray and tongs to pick your own goodies from the cabinets. This bakery-café is always bustling with a queue on the weekends, so try to get in early.  

Must try: Their signature ‘chubby doughnuts’ 

Address: Shop 2, 3231 Logan Road, Underwood

Taua’s NZ Bakehouse

You’ll find the finest Kiwi-approved selection of sweet and savoury treats at Taua’s, from Afghan cookies to ginger crunch slices and corned beef and spaghetti pies. Don’t forget to bring something home to enjoy later – we’ve heard good things about the lolly cake, German chocolate cake and Taua’s jumbo brownies.  

Must try: Afghan cookies 

Address: Shop 12/390 Kingston Road, Slacks Creek

Sana Bakery

Looking for freshly baked Afghan breads and nans? Head to Logan Central for this Middle Eastern treat, which is so popular that it’s even available on Uber Eats. One of their best-sellers is bolani, a savoury stuffed and fried flatbread.  

Must try: Bolani breads 

Address: Shop 2/30 Blackwood Road, Logan Central 

Croix Croissant

The city’s very first croissanterie is breaking boundaries when it comes to the favourite crescent-shaped pastry. Besides classic buttery croissants, there are never-before-seen creations on the bakery’s rotating menu which include ingredients like mi goreng and pandan French butter.  

Must try: Any of the croissants  

Address: 85 Coronation Road, Hillcrest

Hamid Bakery

Locals flock to this bakery for lavash, a thin flatbread traditionally baked in a tandoor oven, which is sold in the hundreds every week. Hamid Bakery is also renowned for bolani, Afghani cakes, doughnuts and baklava.  

Must try: Lavash 

Address: Douty African Food Market, Station Road, Woodridge

Sooo Sweet

At this authentic Lebanese bakery, the flaky and rich baklava is the go-to. Sooo Sweet rolls out more than 100 kilograms of pastry per week and has previously been featured on celebrity chef Ainsley Harriot’s TV show, Ainsley’s Australian Market Menu. The gleaming space features wall-to-wall cabinetry filled with other delicacies like namoura semolina cakes and date-filled cookies.

Must try: Baklava and cashew bird’s nest 

Address: 6/7 254 Kingston Road, Slacks Creek

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