Eat & Drink

Bakers Oven

121 George Street
The Rocks
Opening Hours
6am - 9pm daily

Bakers Oven are now allowing dine in customers, adhering to the latest rules by the NSW Government.
Map, showing Bakers Oven

Famous for its cakes, homemade salads, pies and coffees.

Opposite the Museum of Contemporary Art, The Bakers Oven is a great place to get a bite to eat. A deliciously down-to-earth haven amid heritage surrounds.

Stop in and relax in the friendly atmosphere and enjoy one of famous cakes or slices with a cuppa. There are also homemade pies, pastries and relaxed, extended seating in the endearing little courtyard out the back.

Accessible access
This venue is accessible through the rear entry on Nurses Walk.

121 George Street, The Rocks

In 1880, with the George Street frontage of No. 121 undeveloped, Henry Byrnes sold the land to Thomas Playfair.

Playfair, who had also purchased the two blocks to the south, proceeded to develop the site. He erected a two storey shop and dwelling fronting George Street with a single storey extension and outbuilding to the rear. In 1882, he built two other shops on the blocks of 123 and 125. The façade of these shops, executed in Victorian Free Classical Style was extended to include the front of No. 121 to create the shop front as it exists today.