Montrachet Boulangerie

Bowen Hills

MONTRACHET BOULANGERIE HAS CLOSED & BEEN REPLACED BY KING STREET BAKERY FROM THE SAME OWNERS.

Montrachet Boulangerie is filling the air in Bowen Hills with the scent of delightful, freshly baked pasties and breads.

The little French influenced bakery is located on the side of the hatted French restaurant, Montrachet. You won’t miss its red doors and gold finishing’s out the front, whilst inside makes you feel as though you’re in France itself. With freshly baked pastries adorning the counter top and bread stacked on the shelves.

There are small dining tables out the front for al fresco dining and a small seated bar inside.

Whole loaves can be purchased as well as many different French inspired sweet treats; an ideal snack to accompany your morning coffee. To give you an idea of their authenticity, their flour is imported from France’s oldest mill whilst their chocolate is sourced from world famous chocolatier, Michel Cluizel.

Montrachet Boulangerie is also whipping up takeaway and dine in coffee.

Need to know – Nearby street parking plus a paid carpark is nearby.

Nice to know – Restaurant Montrachet will be opening in January.

*Opening hours correct at time of visiting in December 2017.

By Zoe Kirby

1/30 King Street

Bowen Hills

Mon-Fri 6.30-2.30*

Sat 6.30-12*

3367 0030

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1/30 King Street

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