Gail's bakeries sell a range of artisan breads, cakes, pastries, sandwiches and locally produced gourmet foods.
This branch also has a café, baby changing facilities and occasional baking activities for kids.
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Gail's - Battersea
64 Northcote RoadBatterseaLondonSW11 6QL
- +44 (0)20 7924 6330
- Public transport:
- Clapham Junction, National Railway
Breads are great, sweets are really nice and made fresh daily.
The food is good, but I think its a bit expensive for a lunch spot. I haven't tried the breakfast yet, but it all looks really good.
The jam is also really nice.more
Meh - that's how I'd sum up Gail's. It's true, that there are good things to be had here. It's also true that this particular Gail's remains ridiculously popular with the yummy-mummy set. It's also open quite early, and quite late. But....and there are actually quite a few......
- Two coffees and a muffin aren't £9 worth of comestibles, despite what the management here think
- I've not had a...more
I had the best eggs benedict here. The best. Ever.
I'll work my way up through the deliciousness. The English muffin (which, as a silly American, I loved eating in England), was perfectly toasted and hearty. The eggs were poached to perfection. The (excellent) Hollandaise sauce to muffin ratio was expertly portioned - I had just enough sauce to sop up all my eggs. To sum this...more
Loving the Nappy Valley reference :) Too many damn prams everywhere. An even worse culprit of this is Crumpet, too bad as the coffee is great there.
Anyway, yes, the bread is fabulous, I had a potato and rosemary sourdough and it was gorgeous - I think I ate a whole loaf one Saturday...more
In an attempt to find a decent place for coffee near Clapham Junction that stays open past 6, Gail's came to the triumphant rescue. What an adorable place -- but not so adorable that it should double as a daycare (which is how it felt at times). But I was in Nappy Valley, so I shouldn't really complain...
The tea is loose leaf, fresh fresh fresh, and comes to you in a steeping pot and a cup &...more