Woodstock Bakery

1 Argyle Street Woodstock
Woodstock, Cape Town
Western Cape
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After three years of talking about it Paul Hartmann of the South African Chefs Academy has finally teamed up with one of his graduates to open the Woodstock Bakery in Cape Town.  For over 2 years the pair have been talking about opening a bakery but timing and lack of facilities prevented them from doing so until now.

Paul Cremer, class of 2007 is partners with Hartmann and has extensive baking experience.  Notably Cremer spent 3 years under the tutelage of Markus Farbinger of Ile de Pain in Knysna.

Artisanal breads are made by hand and baked in a wood-fired Spanish oven with a rotating stone floor of 4 metre diameter. The only one of it’s kind in Cape Town. A maximum capacity of 800 loaves per day will ensure that a very high standard is maintained with quality being of utmost importance.

Woodstock Bakery can be seen at The Biscuit Mill and The Oranjezicht City Farm Market on Saturdays.

Woodstock Bakery celebrated it’s first birthday in April 2014.

Bread is baked for morning delivery so orders need to be placed the day before-there is someone at the bakery until about 2pm every day.

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