Easter treats at Banjo’s

With Easter just around the corner, local bakery Banjo’s Rosny is baking fresh hot cross buns each and every day and have you covered for all your freshly baked goods.

Incredibly passionate about the baking industry, Banjo’s Rosny owners Robbie and Anita Iles employ 25 local Eastern Shore residents and have recently taken on another two young locals as apprentice bakers.

Robbie is a qualified baker with more than 20 years’ experience in the industry. He works with a team of eight bakers with almost 50 years of baking expertise, all passionate about producing high-quality products for Banjo’s customers to enjoy.

Baking seems to run in the family, with the Iles’ youngest son Leo (pictured) super keen to get involved whenever he can.

Leo loves tasting all the Banjo’s products, with the double choc hazelnut buns his favourite this time of year.

When it comes to Easter, Banjo’s Rosny really is a one-stop shop. They really do have something for every taste – traditional fruit-filled hot cross buns sure to please any crowd; gourmet buns with extra fruit, spice and peel; decadent chocolate chip buns; and the even tastier double choc hazelnut variety.

Banjo’s offers an Easter pre-order form for those who like to be organised – but rest assured, there is plenty of buns on offer each day at Banjo’s Rosny.

So head into your locally owned Banjo’s Rosny and grab your Easter buns before they hop away for another year!

Banjo’s Rosny is open seven days a week, including Good Friday. Monday to Friday 5am- 6pm; weekends and public holidays 6am- 6pm.

Banjo’s Rosny is also now producing its own low-GI sandwich loaves every day to help locals who previously purchased specialty low- GI bread from Bakers Delight at Eastlands, which unfortunately closed recently.

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