Not too far from Lake Conjola is this heritage bakery in Milton, New South Wales South Coast. Lovely building. Big parking lot. Long tables. Sit in or out. Perfect for my big family traveling in 3 cars!
There'sa good selection of pies, sandwiches and quiches to choose from. The kids went for shakes while adults lusted for their hot cocoa or caffeine fix.
Can't say they're the best. But served hot, and with a spread of 15 pies (!) we had a feast. A slice or a sliver of each baked goodie it was. Yum!
You can even have salads to go with your chosen quiche or pie to complete a meal. In fact, you can order a steak if you're that famished. And there's the choice to dine inside or sit outside. This late in autumn though -- and with this cold snap -- we decided to eat in.
Since 1870, this charming building sits along the (197) Princes Highway in Milton, Shoalhaven. The bakery must be facing stiff competition from other eateries but I'm drawn to its lovely, old structure. Besides, you can't go so wrong with pies and coffee served piping hot. ;-)
And who's to argue with an establishment that has seen 2 world wars and stood witness to much of Aussie history? Since 1870. That's a mighty long time!
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