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New Sydney bakery, Lode, draws huge crowds for their popular croissants and pies

Why EVERY Saturday morning dozens of people line up around the block of this downtown street

  • A new bakery in Sydney has drawn huge crowds for their unique signature pastries
  • Lode Pies has been hugely popular since it opened in early November
  • Their sweet and savory treats made with layers upon layers of puff pastry
  • LuMi chefs Federico Zanellato and Lorenzo Librino are the brains behind Lode


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Foodies line up around the corner to get their hands on one of Lode Pie’s sold-out delicious pastries.

Since opening Friday-Sunday in early November, Lode Pies and Pastries bakery in Sydney has closed its doors early after customers cleared the shelves well before closing time.

The little pink bakery on Crown Street in Surry Hills has taken social media by storm thanks to their range of their Instagrammable sweet and savory treats made with layers upon layers of puff pastry and a stylish, chic interior.

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A new bakery in Sydney has been drawing crowds since it opened in early November for its unique cakes and croissants

The bakery has taken Instagram by storm thanks to their range of their photogenic sweet and savory treats made with layers upon layers of puff pastry and a stylish, chic interior.

The bakery has taken Instagram by storm thanks to their range of their photogenic sweet and savory treats made with layers upon layers of puff pastry and a stylish, chic interior.

A new bakery in Sydney has been drawing crowds since it opened in early November for its unique cakes and croissants

Chefs Federico Zanellato and Lorenzo Librino of two hat restaurant LuMi are the brains behind Lode.

The chefs used their fine dining expertise to develop Lode Pies’ unique layered pastries.

Avid foodies will need to hurry to get their hands on the sold-out Crown on 487 pastries, which a customer dubbed the “FOMO dish of 2021.”

Chefs Federico Zanellato and Lorenzo Librino of restaurant LuMi with two hats used their expertise in fine dining to develop the unique layered pastries of Lode Pies

Chefs Federico Zanellato and Lorenzo Librino of restaurant LuMi with two hats used their expertise in fine dining to develop the unique layered pastries of Lode Pies

Chefs Federico Zanellato and Lorenzo Librino of restaurant LuMi with two hats used their expertise in fine dining to develop the unique layered pastries of Lode Pies

The Crown on 487 is a braided croissant dough ring filled with raspberry and white chocolate icing and decorated with rose and pistachios.

The LuMi Pithivier, a pie filled with wagyu brisket, shiitake mushrooms and accompanied by chicken and cream frosting, is another favorite with Lode customers.

Other popular menu items include the blueberry tart with macadamia frangipane, blueberry jam, cream cheese crème patissiere, fresh blueberries, and lime zest in a croissant dough nest.

Lode Pies and Pastries is located at 487 Crown Street, Surrey Hills and is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 8am until supplies last in November

Lode Pies and Pastries is located at 487 Crown Street, Surrey Hills and is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 8am until supplies last in November

Lode Pies and Pastries is located at 487 Crown Street, Surrey Hills and is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 8am until supplies last in November

There’s also a savory aubergine croissant, banana, chocolate and peanut dough, and almond and caramelized white chocolate treat.

Lode Pies and Pastries is located at 487 Crown Street, Surrey Hills and is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 8am until supplies last in November.

For more information, visit their website.

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