Part of the St John food and restaurant empire, St John's standalone bakery was opened in November 2010. It forms part of the happy and vibrant Saturday morning producers "open door" market that now exists across Maltby and Druid streets.
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St. John Bakery
Railway Arch 72
Druid StreetBoroughLondonSE1 2HH
- +44 20 3286 0774
Got the vanilla custard and bayleaf doughnut from Malty Market. Very good. You know you're getting quality here and even with doughnuts it doesn't waiver.more
i traveled well out of my way to try these donuts that had been so raved about. i was expecting a long cronut type line but was pleased to find that there weren't many people waiting at all. i decided to go with the traditional vanilla creme filled donut and made my way to a secluded table to experience the wonders that i imagined this donut was going to bring. the donut was good and i most...more
Discarding more than half of the underwhelming leftovers from Comptoir Gourmand as I progressed down Druid Street it would not be long before I arrived at Archway 72 and with smiling faces behind piles of bread ready in wait my first of two experiences with the team of St. John would prove well deserving of accolades long...more
Everyone has been raving about the doughnuts here, so I had been looking for an excuse to drop by. This happened today, when I walked from the City over to their shop near Tower Bridge. It was different to what I had expected: literally some tables set up in one of the arches under the rail bridge with the baked treats being prepared out the back.
I came here for the doughnuts and I spotted...more
Mmmm, sweet doughnuts.
St John's custard doughnuts in particular really are the best ever - they're so light and fluffy and melt in your mouth that it's hard to believe they've got any calories in them at all. And after one bite, you really don't care anyhow.
It's a bit of a trek around the back of London Bridge station to the industrial style bakery housed under an arch, and it's...more