Corica Pastries

4.311 Votes Currently Closed
  • Address: 106 Aberdeen St, Northbridge WA 6003, Australia
  • Timings: 08:00 am - 05:30 pm Details
  • Phone: +61-893288196
  • Tags: Food And Drinks, Family And Kids, Bakery

Corica Pastries is a small bakery located in Northbridge, Australia. Established in 1957, this lovely, little shop has become quite popular amongst locals over the decades. You will be welcomed by the aroma of baked goodies the moment you enter the shop. They are known for offering apple strudels, delicious pastries along with continental and custom-made cakes. Freshly-made strudels look so tempting that it is hard to resist tasting it. Their cakes are so famous that they have started supplying it all over the country. A great place to satisfy your sweet tooth, consider stopping by for some time if you are in the neighbourhood.

How to Reach Corica Pastries

  • Bus to Aberdeen St Aberdeen St Blue Cat 8 bus stop.

  • Corica Pastries Address: 106 Aberdeen St, Northbridge WA 6003, Australia
  • Corica Pastries Contact Number: +61-893288196
  • Corica Pastries Timing: 08:00 am - 05:30 pm
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Corica Pastries Reviews & Ratings

  • I absolutely recommend this place. The people that work there are very nice and helpful.I ordered a cake for my son’s first birthday and I absolutely loved it. Everyone at the party loved the cake so thank you so much Corica Pastries!

  • Was enjoying this apple strudel but found myself munching on this piece of plastic. Luckily it weren't my kids eating it. Maybe they'll need to pay more attention to quality.

  • I've been a raving fan customer and unofficial brand ambassador since I first tasted their world Famous apple strudel in the 1980's. The custard horns are very good.

  • My family have been corica customer's for more than 35 years. They sell Great tasting cakes love the custard horns and puffs. It's a shame there's only one store in Perth. They would do really well in shopping centres in my opinion as well as offering coffee too...More people need to know about this little shop. They could also do with more signage out the front & some sort of advertising would do them a world of good. They have a very low key approach which is a shame. I hope they never close down

  • My daughter went there to buy birthday cake. She asked an old white lady with thick European accent which ones the most popular among customers and she recommend a cake with white cream, don’t remember it’s name, it’s was pretty expensive $49, but it taste so so so awful. That’s when she told me that there were few other different cakes with only a sample on display but the one she was recommend had around 7 samples on display and that’s when we realised she sold the cake that was the least popular. My daughters very naive, she swears she’s never going there again.

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