Australian chef Jack Wall and his Estonian partner Hedi Lelumees are the team behind Tingles Bakehouse. This small gourmet bakehouse near the Tree Top Walk turn off is not your traditional bakery cafe. They specialise in homemade pies, cakes and have a small range of raw sweets.
Shelf products include their own jams, pickles and handmade products. All food has been made from scratch using local ingredients where possible. They source herbs and some of the vegetables from their own veggie garden. There are no meals on plates as everything is easy to eat on the road or in their garden. The delicate flavours of the Estonian honey cake have won over locals and tourists alike. If you’re feeling savoury, try one of their delicious pies like the smoked beef rib with roasted potato and capsicum.
The relaxed atmosphere offers casual seating on the verandah and in their garden. Take your time admiring the birdlife while sipping a coffee and eating your pie. Tingles Bakehouse is a seasonal business running from November to May and is closed for the colder and wetter half of the year. Nornalup Bead Gallery with artisan jewellery is located in the same building.
Valley of the Giants Road, Tingledale, Western Australia
Opening Times (Daily): 9am - 5pm (last ticket sale 4.15pm)
Extended Hours (26 December - 26 January): 9am - 7pm (last ticket sale 6.15pm)