Daci & Daci Bakers
11 Murray Street
Hobart 7000 TAS
Daci and Daci Bakers is a European-style bakery/patisserie located in the heart of Hobart's waterfront.
Husband and wife team Nasar and Cheryl Daci bedazzle local patrons and tourists with their cafe full of Viennese/Parisian styled pastries in Murray Street, Hobart, just up the hill from the docks. It's a world where you find authentic croque monsieur brimming with gruyere cheese and prosciutto. Or a range of pissaladiere (France's reposte to the pizza) topped with caramelised onions, anchovies, olives, slow-roasted tomatoes, basil or fetta. Antipodian gourmet pies haven't been forgotten, including varieties with chicken, leek and white wine or braised Tasmanian lamb with local shiraz and rosemary. There are diet-killing dessert pastries, although some are so dainty they scarcely register on your conscience. The list goes on ... and on. Nasar Daci, extraordinary chef and creative business operator, first came to Tasmania from Kosovo in May 1999 with 200 other ethnic Albanians. He came for a seven day visit and ended up staying seven months. Then seven months became four years and after four years he went to Melbourne. That's where he met his wife and seven years later they moved back to Tasmania and falling in love with the people and the food . The couple had ambitions to create a business that would provide customers with a European-style bakery/patisserie experience. Daci and Daci are very keen to make something special with the food and are both very passionate about things we are trying to create. The bakery sources as much as it can from within Tasmania because it wants to create a sustainable environment for all who work in Tasmania. So drop in, have a coffee and indulge!