Oct 16, 2012

Crumbs Organic Bakehouse - North Melbourne



I've worked in North Melbourne for quite a few years now, and I can honestly say that my work life has never being better since Crumbs Organic Bakehouse opened up in Errol Street earlier this year.

Crumbs has become my daily takeaway coffee haunt since it opened. Not only because the coffee (with Bonsoy) is excellent and the people there are lovely, but the bakehouse is also pretty much all vegan! All of the bread is vegan and all of the cakes, biscuits, sourdough donuts, sourdough pizza slices, pastries and croissants are ALL VEGAN!

The almond croissants and lemon curd sourdough donuts are a particular favourite of mine and the tomato, mushroom and olive pizza is also my pick of the bunch for a lunchtime fix.

Thank you for making life so good Crumbs!

Price: Reasonable. $5.50 for most bread. $3.50 for muffins. $4.40 for large soy latte.

Crumbs Organic Bakehouse
16 Errol Street,
North Melbourne VIC 3051

Cash Only. 
Takeaway (limited bench seating inside)

Mon-Fri: 6.30am-6pm
Sat: 8.30am-3pm

Crumbs: Tomato, Mushroom and Olive Sourdough Pizza
Crumbs: Vegan Almond Croissant
Crumbs: Vegan Pastries with Rhubarb, Raspberries and Amlonds


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4 comments:

  1. Hi there Good Hearted,

    Was just linked to your blog, and was wondering if you wanted to be part of planet.vegmel.com — a website which collects all of the vegan/vego blogs in Melbourne.

    If you're keen, you don't have to do anything, just let me know and I'll subscribe your RSS feed so your posts start appearing on the VegMel website :D

    --danni

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  2. Hi Danni,
    Absolutely, very happy for The Good Hearted to be a part of the VegMel website.
    Thanks for looking!
    ♥ GH

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  3. Who would have thought that I would have some sweet tooth? One of my mates at the storage brought some sweets, including cakes and these became a hit among the staff. He said that his wife baked it for everyone to enjoy, as she is learning how to bake. The sweets he brought reminded me of the bakehouses in Melbourne and the array of cakes and pastries I see in the display counters.

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