Sandbox Bakery, Bernal Heights San Francisco

Sunday, January 27, 2013

Sandbox Bakery, San Francisco
Sandbox Bakery, San Francisco

My friend Sumi and I went to Sandbox Bakery in the Bernal Heights area of San Francisco. The owner, Mutsumi Takehara was trained at La Farine and Chez Panisse...with time at Rubicon and Slanted Door. With that past, I knew it would be delicious.

Sandbox Bakery, San Francisco
The bakery has a lovely display of yummy pastries. They sell single drip coffee as well as some savory foods too. See the full menu here (prices I quote are from a January 2013 look at the website menu).

Sandbox Bakery San Francisco - Ginger Scone
Ginger scone. If there is a ginger scone in the bakery, it is going into my bag. I love ginger scones. This one was very light and tasty. I would definitely buy it again. $2.00

Sandbox Bakery San Francisco
Top: Melon pan. This is a very light, sugar topped brioche. I could probably eat a dozen of these...but they are brioche so that probably isn't the best idea :) $2.25

Bottom: Curry pan. Oh, this is yummmmmy. You can find a curry pan at many Japanese bakeries and it is an easy way to get a bite to eat. $3.00 (online menu, but from the photo I took, it looks like it is more than $3.00 now - anyway, worth it)

Sandbox Bakery - San Francisco, Negi-Miso Kashi Pan
This is the Negi-Miso Kashi Pan. It is challah bread with miso paste and green onions inside! Challah and Japanesey flavors? Lovely, and my favorite item from our little visit. $2.25

If you are in the Bernal Heights area of San Francisco, be sure to try out Sandbox Bakery!
Sandbox Bakery
833 Cortland Avenue, San Francisco
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4 comments:

Courtney said... [Reply to comment]

Yum! I live in San Francisco and still love learning about new places to try -- adding this to my list. :)

Ariel said... [Reply to comment]

I've been there a couple times! It's a little gem in an up-and-coming neighborhood.

Fork and Whisk said... [Reply to comment]

Thanks for the tip. My wife and I want to go up to San Francisco to eat at chris Cosentino's restaurant, stopping at Sandbox would be a great way to start the day.

Pauline said... [Reply to comment]

Is that piroshki I spy in the bottom right corner of that 2nd picture?

so cool that this bakery has asian, polish, french, and english pastries!

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