Banjo’s Bakery Café Glenelg opening

Get your taste buds ready! Banjo’s Bakery Café will make its South Australian debut tomorrow at Moseley Square, Glenelg. To celebrate the new store opening, they will be giving away 1000 FREE savoury goods from 6am – 6pm. YES please!

With over 40 stores across the nation, the much loved Tasmanian bakery chain has been serving customers for over three decades. Café Owner, Tony New, says “Our Banjo’s philosophy results in a large number of loyal customers, many of whom make a visit to Banjo’s part of their daily routine.

“Everything we sell is made fresh on site by our bakers every single day. We bake a superior loaf and our
bread is still made the traditional way, preservative free, fresh, soft and delicious.”

You can expect to smell and purchase a range of goods like fresh daily sandwiches made without preservatives, sweet treats like blueberry and raspberry housecakes, snickers slice, choc fudge brownies and flavoured cakes. It also boasts traditional breads, speciality breads and rolls, pitas and pull-a-a-parts as well as all the breakfast favourites like croissants, toasties, scrolls, danish and muffins. YUM!

If this sounds like somewhere you’d like to be, head down to the store opening tomorrow and you could pick up a free savoury!

WHAT: Banjo’s Bakery Café
WHERE: Shop 1/15 Moseley Square, Glenelg (the former site of Lone Star Ribhouse and McDonald’s.)

 

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