Thursday, 10 October 2013

Where to get the best cakes in London

Happy Thursday

It is nearly the weekend!! I know that my blog has been food orientated this week and I promise I am not hungry all the time.  There are just so many great foodie things out there...

I don't know about your office but at Miss Jones we have a bit of a thing that then when it is a birthday in the office we will bring in cakes!

There is always a slight air of getting the best cakes in.

If you want to step up your game here are some amazing bakeries in London.


Miss Jones  xxx

E5 Bakehouse
Hackney’s E5 Bakehouse is no namby-pamby cupcake haven: its specialty is tough-to-love sourdough. Persevere, though: bakers use organic, locally sourced ingredients to create fresh, inventive loaves, and pass on their expertise in a weekly bread course.
E5 Bakehouse, Arch 395, Mentmore Terrace, E5, 020 8525 2890;

Wag Free
The “wag” in this Brixton Village institution refers to its wheat- and gluten-free wares. You won’t feel shortchanged by its hearty breads, pies, cakes and pastries.
26 Brixton Village, SW9, 020 7274 6267;

Fabrique is a Stockholm export which opened its first shop in Shoreditch last year. Stone ovens and artisan ingredients and Scandi charm equal healthy, delicious bread.
Fabrique, Arch 385, Geffrye Street, E2, 020 7033 0268;

Euphorium opened its first shop on Upper Street in 1999. Now it’s got 14 stores, but the Islington flagship is still the best: freshly baked breads and cakes and space at the back to stretch out with the papers.
Euphorium, Upper Street, N1, 020 7704 6905;

This pint-sized option is renowned for its US treats, masterminded by Californian baker and founder Claire Ptak. Think cookies, brownies, cinnamon buns and cupcakes topped with limited edition buttercream icings that change with the seasons. There’s also a stall in Broadway Market on Saturdays.
Violet, 47 Wilton Way, E8, 020 7275 8360;

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