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Discover Bakery Lane

From cafes to wine bars, Bakery Lane is full of independent and interesting businesses to explore. Wander down this heritage-listed laneway off Ann Street and discover your new fave Valley hangout.


Food and drink

Gung Ho! Dumpling

Gung Ho! Dumpling is a dumpling den with a delish array of handmade morsels on offer. From pan-fried gyozas to dumplings in soup, it’s a bite-size bonanza! Try the lamb coriander dumplings for a fresh take on dim sum, or chow down on plump vegan versions. Yum!


Jeon’s Kitchen

Formerly Nom Nom Korean, Jeon’s Kitchen is your new hotspot for Korean faves, including Korean fried chicken and chips, seafood ramen, soba noodle salad and bibimbap bowls. Add live entertainment, beer and soju and you have all the makings of a great meal out.


Joy Restaurant

Tiny fine diner Joy accommodates just 10 people per sitting with reservations booked six months in advance. Book now or keep an eye on Instagram to snag a seat at chef Sarah Scott’s kitchen counter to sample the acclaimed multi-course menu and wine experience.


13 Bees Gelato & Dessert Bar

Pretty in pink, this cake shop is scoopfuls of fun with gelato, cookies, brownies, stacked waffles and delish dessert jars on the menu. Be tempted by the huge array of sweet treats in the glass display to indulge yourself or spoil a special someone.


The New Black

A Valley staple for breakfast, brunch and lunch, the streetside cafe flows into an outdoors area for diners. Check out the sweet and savoury menu that includes fried chicken benny and the option to BYOB (build your own breakfast), plus coffee, house wine and beer.



- June 2022