Home is where the Pretzel is
Pretzel is a Australia’s Pinkest bakery founded and operated by a Perth local, Brittany Garbutt. Starting in 2017 in a lil shipping container, Pretzel quickly grew a cult following thanks to its delicious treats, and quickly started expanding across WA. In 2019, we built our very first Melbourne store. We now have 11 stores, and as the Pretzel Queen’s reign expands, so does the yummy goodness!
We are all about that dough, baby!
Each and every pretzel pumped out of our pretty pink containers are handmade by one of our artisan pretzel bakers, right there on site!
We top all our pretzels with only the freshest – funnest ingredients, from classic savoury flavours to a whole range of delicious sweet pretzels!
Our Pretzel containers, located in Perth and Melbourne, are Australia’s favourite one-stop snack shop.
No, unfortunately not! Pretzel is a privately owned company! Solely owned by one girl in Western Australia. This means we do not have opportunities for people to franchise with us.
All of our pretzels are vegetarian expect for the bacon and pepperoni pretzels.
- Cinnamon sugar
- Peanut butter oreo
The ghee is a vegetable ghee that is a vegan alternative.
Uber works on a “roaming radius” dependant on the amount of drivers and delivery people they have working at the time. Sometimes the radius shrinks to accomodate, and we are no longer visible to you.
Unfortunately we prepare all pretzels in same environment so there is no guarantee that there is no contamination between the halal pretzels and the haram.
An original pretzel contains 312 calories however with the addition of toppings this increases the calorie count.
All of our pretzels are handmade therefore we cannot ensure that every pretzel rolled is identical, this is why we weigh each pretzel so that we can make sure that ever pretzel is as similar as possible.
All of our pretzels are handmade and made to order, this means we have to allow for cooking and preparation time.
Unfortunately we cannot guarantee that there has been no cross contamination as they are all prepared in the same environment as some of the products that we use contain nuts.
We have tried to introduce a gluten free pretzel however it was difficult to guarantee that there would be no cross contamination between the regular flour and the gluten free flour.
Yes we take Amex cards a on our square reader but not our tyro machine.
Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume and preferred location!