Gail's bakeries sell a range of artisan breads, cakes, pastries, sandwiches and locally produced gourmet foods.
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Gail's - St John's Wood
No. 5 Circus Road
St John’s WoodLondonNW8 6NX
- +44 (0)20 7722 0983
- Public transport:
- St. John's Wood, Underground
Nice pastries. If you have lots of time to have breakfast then this is the place for you. Ordered coffee, pastry and also porridge. Coffee and pastry delivered to take within 5 minutes. Waited for 25 minutes before I went back to the waitress to ask about my porridge. She then looks confused about me wondering where the rest of our order was. Ten minutes later she bring muesli and tells us...more
My favorite bakery!! At some Waitrose you can buy their breads, but of course none will beat the real bakery place. A little pricey, but guess it is normal for London.
I always go there in the morning to get croissants, sour cherry & currant sourdough. Sometimes also buy sandwitches - they are actually very tasty. I also love mini chocolate croissants!! They are really yummy.
Next time I...more
Gail's is a chic bakery in St John's Woods. Whether it's for a warm cup of coffee, a refreshing fusion fruit beverage or a delicious pastry, Gail's is "la crème de la crème". My only critique would be that there's not a lot of space, so finding a spot to sit might be difficult. However, I would absolutely return!more
Stopped by just for a hot drink on a hot day (I know. Silly)
Opted for a hot chocolate rather than my usual coffee break and was pleased but not wowed.
Seems there are loads of locations and pretty good pastries so I recommend stopping in if you walk by one. The JWood location is definitely comfortable.more
Morning cappuccino :)
There is no reason Gail's should be 3 stars. Yes its a chain, but its coffee and baked goods are far superior to the other coffee shop chains in London: Hint, the one 5 doors down from Seattle, Washington. Gails has a local vibe and it might take one a while to realize its a chain. Walking in St Johns Wood the other day, some tourists stopped me and asked if I could...more