Looking for a light snack or something to nibble on during the day? Browse the selection of amazing bakeries available in the city centre. Offering everything from freshly baked bread to sweet pastries, these are without a doubt some of the best bakeries Auckland has to offer. 


Amano Bakery

Amano Bakery celebrates the best of baking traditions from throughout the world and showcases these cultures throughout the day through an evolving menu. Enjoy the French Viennoiserie range each morning - including croissants and cravats. Lunch offerings include the Italian tradition of pizzas by the slice hot out of the oven, where fresh, seasonal ingredients combine harmoniously with their long fermented dough.

Our pick: the Amano Sweet Picnic (includes: 1 carrot cake, 2 macadamia & chocolate brownies, 4 chocolate chip cookies, 2 rhubarb & custard doughnuts, 1 lemon & meringue tart and 1 chocolate & hazelnut tart). 


La Petite Fourchette

Inspired by the authentic French “Boulangerie-Pâtisserie’ that you find in any town in France, La Petite Fourchette brings a little touch of France right to the heart of the city. La Petite Fourchette offers a wide range of both savoury and sweet French delicacies all made with love and that added ‘je ne sais quoi’ which makes every bite a unique experience. From macarons, éclairs and tarts to quiches, croque-monsieurs and salads.

Our pick: Le Mille Feuille (vanilla mascarpone cream, caramelised puff pastry).


Scratch Bakers HQ

This isn't your typical bakery - Scratch Bakers HQ is a mecca for hand-crafted, delicious products such as their famous baked goods and rich roasted coffee beans - both prepared daily for some of Auckland's best cafes and food stores. 

Our pick: the Salted Caramel Banana Cake

Daily Bread

Daily Bread

From sourdough bread, pastries and deli items. Order online on Daily Bread website to get your fresh baguette, your takeaway coffee and a delicious pastry.

Our pick: the cream-filled bomboloni (doughnut of the day)

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Last updated: 03 November 2021