It’s fun to bring a dozen sconesto to work and leave them in the kitchen with a note that says, “I would have baked these myself if I weren’t so untalented.” Send a sweet message with value vouchers to spend towards bakery goods at Not Bread Alone.
Choose between these options:
- Pay R40 for an R80 value voucher
- Pay R74 for a R150 value voucher
- Pay R97 for a R200 value voucher
Vouchers can be spent toward the wide range of hand-made delicacies, ranging from tartlets and pies to scones, artisanal breads and confectionary.
More About Not Bread Alone
Before opening Not Bread Alone eight years ago, JamesHibbert was a qualified accountant who spent a year playing club rugby in France, where he fell in love with the pastries and breads available. He calls his bread dough “a sensitive canvas for creativity”, crafting original recipes for artisanal “made-by-hand” gourmet pies and pastry, confectionary, bread and platters. Loved by Barry Ronge for many years, the quaint café and bakery offers superb confectionary for diners of all leanings.