Eat that Cake: 5 Best Bakeries to Eat in London
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Stopping into a Bakery for brunch or to buy some treats is, quite simply, one of the finest ways to add a bit of extra pleasure to any day. The good news is that there are plenty of places in London where you can do this in style! See our top 5 list below:
This lovely bakery can be found in a few different locations; Golden Square in Soho, New Cavendish Street in Marleybone and Dorset Street. The excellent menu includes Nordic treats such as open rye bread sandwiches, cakes and cinnamon buns. The coffee is also highly regarded here. They even sell their own cookbook, so you make the same food at home if you like. 4A Golden Square, London W1F 9JG
This bakery chain is present in Farringdon and St Paul's, as well as in Bloomsbury. At the time of writing, they are promising an exciting new ice cream coffee drink. They also deliver a mean afternoon tea with plenty of scones, cakes, clotted cream, sandwiches and lashings of tea. 44 Theobalds Road, London, WC1X 8NW. London Various
You may recognise this name from their appearance on the Food Network. Their proud boast is that they make the capital's best birthday bakes but they also offer more than that. As well as delicious personalised cakes, you can also order brownies, get a packed lunch or have lunch here. The savoury food options typically include classics such as lasagne and jacket potatoes. They now have stores throughout London, at places such as Waterloo, Borough Market and the Gherkin. 10 Stoney Street, London, SE1 9AD. London various.
This is another wonderful success story from a top London bakery. They offer authentic American baked goods and have branches in places like Soho, Notting Hill and Islington. You can also order online if you prefer. Their star products include cup cakes, tray bakes, cheesecakes and pies. 133 Portobello Road, Notting Hill, London, W11 2DY. London various.
The vibrant Vivo bakery cafe bar in Islington is a fine place to grab some breakfast, brunch and lunch when you are in Islington. It uses Italian ingredients to produce quality savoury food like pizzas and salads. In terms of sweet treats such as, Tiramisu, crostata di frutta, torta della nonna and cannolo alla siciliana are among the top authentic choices. And quite sure we've got you tempted enough this Midweek WEDNESDAY for some of these yummy sweet things! 57-58 Upper St, Islington, London N1 0NY
MYC Lifestyle Writer: Robert Bell | Editor: MYC Editor-in-ChiefSubscribe to UpdatesRelated Articles