St John are bringing their famous doughnuts and madeleines to the Fora workspace spot in Borough
Over in Dalston, the folks at bakers Dusty Knuckle have had a busy old week. Three days they said goodbye to their old bread oven, installed a new one, plus they've spent this month making their own wood fired oven.
What all that means to you is the return of Dusty Knuckle's Pizza Nights. So, every Friday and Saturday evening this summer they'll be serving up their own pizzas along with dough balls, green salads, olives and carafes of wine and prosecco along
Expect all the carbs at Pophams Bakery's new Richmond Road space - with the open kitchen turning out viennoiserie by day and pasta by night.
If you love the seasonal delights of hot cross buns and are anxiously watching the days slip by until they're off the shelves until next year then now is your time. We've picked all every possible way you can enjoy them in London over the Easter.
The original Instagram magnet, London bakery Peggy Porschen, has opened its second bakery, nine years after launching in Belgravia. But this one is bigger, will be open later AND is going to have its own cocktail bar.
Pasticceria Marchesi is one of Italy's institutions, serving up pastries and more since 1824. Now they're coming to London with all the favourites from the Milan original intact, including their classic panettone.
The Soho bakery sister team are bringing their amazing biskies and more to The Royal Exchange - and they'll be offering a delivery service if you have a birthday cake to order or you just need something sweet delivered to your desk.
Popular Scottish chain Söderberg is expanding to London, bringing their cardamom buns and open sarnies to Soho's Berwick Street.
Ever since he opened in London Ansel's bakery has been packed - so expect fans to follow him here to Covent Garden, particularly if there's a new menu of cakes to try.
Kicking off today is a Franco-British collaboration which is the very best of both countrys. Sourdough bakery Poilâne have teamed up with some of London's best chefs to sell seasonal tartines (open sarnies to you and me) - and the results sound worth schlepping to Chelsea to try.
They already have two very successful restaurants, but Jolene, the new bakery-restaurant from the team behind Primeur and Westerns Laundry, shows the team are getting even better at what
Who ate all the pies? You if you manage to get tickets to Dominique Ansel Bakery London's Pie Night. The hook - unlimited slices of pie.
As New Yorkers would tell you, this is one of those events you'll need to put an alert in your calendar for. Ansel has been running it there for the past four years and apparently in NYC tickets sell out in two minutes.
For £42 you can eat as many slices of the ten different pies on offer as you can manage in
Let's hope it's third time lucky for the team behind Westerns Laundry and Primeur as they take on the old Dandy site on Newington Green turning it into a rare grain bakery and restaurant.
Everyone's favourite custard doughnut purveyor is setting up a permanent shop in Covent Garden, taking over the old Native site in Neal's Yard.
Next-level bakery in Islignton
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