Fresh food market The Bardon Shed has opened in May after owner David believed the area deserved a place for locals to purchase local produce, gourmet groceries and delicatessen meats.

Alongside the freshest food products, The Bardon Shed boasts an espresso bar serving coffee, milkshakes, thick shakes and hot chocolates.  “Fresh is always best, so we also have our juice bar making fresh juices and smoothies every day. Our delicatessen also has our hot free range chickens, hot pies, sausage rolls and filo pastry’s cooked every day,” said David.

David said that they ensure the best quality of the products by daily sourcing Australian grown fruit and vegetables and fresh flowers from the Brisbane Markets. “Our bread is baked fresh daily from our local friends in New Farm, The Bakeologists,” said David. The Bardon Shed only sources local Australian dairy products for their customers, because “supporting Australia is what we are about.”

The Shed offers a large range of gourmet groceries from fresh pasta and ravioli to soups and pizzas, including lasagnas, quiches and risottos as well as a meat range from fresh eye fillet and lamb to sausages. It caters for a diverse range of customers with a good selection of Asian, Italian, Indian and Thai cuisines, and everything in between. The large assortment of jams and biscuits to muesli and teas together with a variety of oils, salad dressings and sauces provide customers with the perfect options.

The Bardon Shed opens seven days a week from early morning to the evening, making every local feel welcome every time they walk in the door with convenient services and high-quality products. “The Bardon Shed is the perfect destination for all the local parents to grab that loaf of bread they need before school rush, for that early morning coffee to warm up before work or to get those variety meats and cheeses for your girls weekend catch up,” said David.

The Bardon Shed is located at 8 Runic Street, and is open seven days from 6am to 7pm.

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