We’re thrilled to have been featured regularly in the SMH Good Food Guide, Australian Gourmet Traveller and other food publications and blogs since we opened in 2002.
Berry’s artisan bakery becomes a charming bistro at night, thanks to a husband-and-wife team. Simon Thomsen reports. Driving home after dinner at Berry Sourdough Cafe, I bought some of the local catch; morwong, leatherjacket and squid, from a waterfront fish shop. Trade was brisk. The most popular fish there? Tasmanian salmon. So I have some … Continue reading Taste, The Daily Telegraph – Simon Thomsen review January 2012Read More
It’s hard to imagine Berry without this landmark local charmer. The rustic setting, the smell of baking sourdough, and the fresh regional produce used simply and assuredly by the cafe kitchen make this a must-stop for Sydneysiders, and a favourite around these parts.Read More
The Berry Sourdough Bakery is THE place to go for great coffee and delicious pastries. Famous for its fabulous sourdough as the name suggests, this bakery/cafe hidden away off the main street is a favourite for tourists and locals. It is always buzzing with people, and very friendly service – you can sit and enjoy your coffee in the sun, or takeaway as you please.Read More
Written by Adam Wright in the South Coast Register With a swag of prestigious awards and countless hours in the kitchens of some of the country’s and world’s top restaurants, and chef John Evans is creating a special dinner in Berry tonight. The dinner is part of the Crave Sydney International Food Festival, medicine an … Continue reading Just desserts challenge local chef – South Coast Register, 14 October 2011Read More
The aroma of freshly baked bread from the wood-fired oven is the first of several pleasures that greet you in this warm country cafe. Add relaxed service, rustic charm and easy French music crooning in the background, and it’s little wonder the regulars stream in continuously for breakfast and lunch.Read More