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Best local bakery in London.

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By Traveller June 1, 2018
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Best local bakery in London.

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By julie Traveller June 1, 2018

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Like other people said, London is massive and you really need to narrow it down as what is local to me could be as much as 2 hours by public transport from where you are.
Local June 1, 2018
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Butterscotch. The owner previously owned Bea's of Bloomsbury which brought thr cupcake phenom to London ages ago. There are all types of bakeries - Indian, Chinese, Portuguese, French, Kosher. This is London! You can find anything here!
Local June 3, 2018
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Gail's has several branches now, in Hampstead and West Hampstead for instance. Roni's Bagels in west hampstead are top.
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Local June 2, 2018
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In Victoria you have cool places like Dominique Ansel Bakery, Peggy Porchen (although the cakes are not so great, its more of a instagram opportunity.) There are a few branches of Ole and Steen (Holborn and Picadilly Circus to name a few) they do great bread and pastries
Local June 2, 2018
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All depend what kind of bakery you want. For beiges it has to be brick lane beig shop in brick lane. The hummingbird bakery in London sells amazing cakes. Borough market at the weekend have several bakers selling cakes, pastries and breads which is also a great place to visit for all food too.
Local June 2, 2018
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Crosstown for doughnuts
Pophums for croissants
Pavilion for bread
Check out Broadway Market & Victoria Park Market too
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Local June 1, 2018
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patisserie valerie !! locations can be found online
Hi,
London is a massive city. It really depends on exactly where in London you will be staying
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Local June 1, 2018
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London is a huge place! can you narrow it down to an area or neighbourhood? thanks :)
Local June 1, 2018
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Write a reply...I'm staying near Sheen but I like to travel.
Sheen is pretty far west and I live pretty far east so I can't help you with that area. If you like patisserie though, there's Belle Epoque which is on Upper Street, Islington and also Newington Green and at Selfridges. There's also Victoria Yum. I would go to any street market and buy bread from a stall. They're more likely to be artisan breadmakers. But for the record, I like The Better Health Bakery near Haggerston Station, or E5 Bakery at London Fields. Both make natural sour dough, etc. We also have Violet, who made the royal Wedding cake - near London Fields. What baked goods are you hoping for? Cake? Bread? Pastries? Macarons?
Jan Local June 1, 2018
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