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
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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
If you are an indecisive eater then I'd like to offer a word of caution upon entering Gail's - there are just too many yummy things to choose from!! We went for brunch around 12:30pm on a Sunday and it was pretty crowded. Best to get there earlier if possible (they ran out of bacon for the bacon, egg and english muffin sandwich, that we learned of after we bought it). The hot breakfast was...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