Gail's bakeries sell a range of artisan breads, cakes, pastries, sandwiches and locally produced gourmet foods.
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Gail's - Soho
128 Wardour StreetSohoLondonW1F 8ZL
- +44 (0)20 7287 1324
- Public transport:
- Tottenham Court Road, Underground
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I've been to this branch several times whilst I was passing by, particularly because I'm always to tempted by the sweet treats displayed in the window.
I love their crumble cakes (despite being quite expensive!) - I've had the apple crumble and their pecan cinnamon crumble, which I loved. So buttery and crumbly mmm...
I liked the mocha that I had, though I found the americanos to strong for me...more
Made a trip to oxford street specifically so I could visit Gail's! Their coffee is THAT good. The cafe is small and can be packed but Sunday morning is fine. I didn't eat on this visit but previously I've tried their chocolate brownie - woah it was good. I'll be back again soon!more
Stopped in here for a quick treat: carrot cake, which was delicious! Not too sweet, moist, and overall delicious. I'm not sure if it is customary in London to charge extra for eating in..but I thought it was a little obnoxious. Do I really need pay about 1 usd more to enjoy my carrot cake for 10 minutes at the shop? As delicious as it was, I probably wouldn't go back because of the dining in...more
GAIL's Artisan Bakery is a small London bakery chain with shops across the city. I was at some of their branches and recently checked out the Soho shop. I stopped at GAIL's for a cup of coffee and something sweet.
The shop is not very big, but it is nice and light. Friendly staff help you with the choice of bread and other food on offer and prepare a remarkably good cup of coffee made with...more
2012 has dawned with the planet's economy seemingly teetering on the edge of catastrophe. However, apparently more fine dining restaurants opened last year in London than in previous years
So, the richer part of the population with disposable income seems to be insulated from the turmoil. Certainly, cupcake shops like Hummingbird and posh delis like Ottolenghi are springing to fill the gap in...more