Welcome to the inner west swedish baker

With a passion for family and community, the Inner West Swedish Baker’s artisan bread, sweet and savoury baked goods bring authentic 
Swedish FIKA to Melbourne.

 Baked with Love 

Our Products


Pre-order online for pick up at our Retail locations and Farmers Markets


Tuesday – Sunday | 7am-2pm | 549a Barkly Street, West Footscray

Saturdays and Sundays | 8am-12.30pm | 20/155 Hyde street, Yarraville


Dean Lombard
Angus Spence
Good coffee, wide selection of sweet and savoury baked goods (with really nice vegan and veg options!), welcoming vibe. Great local cafe worth supporting. Oh, and can confirm the Key Lime pie is the business!
Joie Lou
Such yummy goods. Highly recommend the meatball, lingonberry and cheddar pastry. The vegan tofu ans shiitake pie was curry flavoured. Nice flavours in the bullar but a bit too doughy for our liking.
Friendly staff and good service. Delicious cake and very nice coffee. Thanks. 🙂
Interestingly different. Sweet and savoury pastries are nice. Pies are delicious!
Rebecca Leighton
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Mohmed Reshad PM
Best Croissant in the Barkley street. West footscray. Also had Berries custard croissant and spinach mushroom feta cheese with a good latte.
First time customer. I was blown away by the suasage roll with hint of licorice, it was to die for. The cardamom and cinnamon scroll was also delicious.
Cole Villella
Popped by on a whim last Saturday morning to grab a coffee and stock up on weekend road trip essentials. This was my first visit, but my companions have been before, and one just lives around the corner - they highly recommended many of the pastries, especially the brownies and croissants. I love frangipane tarts and I will always try it whenever I see the opportunity and after my first bite I totally regretted not buying more! It was not too sweet which meant I could eat more without feeling nauseous. My friend's brownie with the berries, raspberry I think, was sublime, it went really well with my oat latte. But I think my highlight was the sourdough rolls....I ate those on their own as they were delicious as is, I usually require my bread soaked in olive oil or chunks of cultured butter, but these rolls were perfect on their own. The staff were so super lovely and were literally glowing.... like it sounds weird to say but I was thinking to myself, how are these striking humans not strutting the catwalks of Milan or gracing the covers of Vogue magazine, anyway I digress. I cannot wait to return and stock up on the sourdough rolls and raid the pastry display and try more sweets 🙂