Necessity is the mother of invention and, if needing to get your bread out to eager customers who can't make it to your actual bakery isn't a necessity, then we don't know what is.
That's why Dalston-based Dusty Knuckle have come up with this wheeze - the Breadmobile. Using an old milk float, they're currently touring North and East London during the week. From the Breadmobile they're selling everything from their amazing sourdough,
Have you been missing St John's amazing custard doughnuts? Or maybe there aren't enough Eccles cakes in your life right now? Well, the wait is nearly over as this week sees the return of the St John Bakery.
They're starting things off with the main bakery on Druid Street in Bermondsey and we're promised the return of fresh doughnuts, pastries, sourdoughs, raisin loaves, wine and more. Quoting Fergus
Another much-appreciated local bakery-cafe has reopened for business. This time it's the turn of Rye by the Water in Brentford, which is backed by The Dairy's Robin Gill and Dan Joines. Back in the bakery is head baker Janine Edwards and she's currently baking croissants, pain au chocolates, olive and gruyere bread twists and - of course - sourdough bread.
Like many other bakeries and cafes, they've also
Next up on the comeback trail is Paul, the French bakery with sites all across London. As of now, seven of their bakeries are open again in: Canary Wharf, Hampstead, Holland Park, South Kensington, Hammersmith, Marble Arch and Wimbledon, Three more join them on Monday - Chelsea, Earls Court and Islington.
The bakeries are open for both takeaway and delivery
In the past few weeks, we've seen more and more restaurants, cafes and bakeries open all over town, offering delivery for the first time. But every so often there's something that you really want but you just happen to be outside the delivery zone. Well, if a Cronut is what you crave, then Dominique Ansel Bakery is here to help.
For the Easter weekend, they're extending delivery to a much wider
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