72 Druid Street, London, SE1 2HQ (Directions)
8am - 4pm
9am - 5pm
9am - 4pm
Bread is as fundamental on the table as your knife and fork, and we take it extremely seriously. For us one of the most important things after your hands, your knowledge and your experience, is time. Slow fermentation, over many hours, is key to how we bake. It is responsible for the depth of flavour in our breads and doughnuts, and the depth of understanding of our bakers.
In our Bakery, housed in a railway arch on Bermondsey’s Druid Street, we make our famous sourdoughs, doughnuts, pastries and no end of good things for our own restaurants (the flavoursome soft white bread for Bread and Wine’s adored Bacon Sandwiches, for example), and for select other restaurants and cafes across London. We open our shutters daily and set up a stall selling our goods to loyal locals, enthusiasts and passers-by. You can peep behind the wall of flour sacks to see our bakers preparing for tomorrow’s bake, too!
Head Baker: Laszlo Kovacs
Bakery Supervisor: Carlos Villanueva
How to get our famous doughnuts...
Bread and Wine: Friday and Saturday
Borough Corner: Daily
Neal's Yard: Daily
Bakery Arch: Friday to Sunday
Please check individual restaurant pages for opening hours. If you would like to pick up more than 6 from one of our restaurants, we kindly request that you email 48 hours ahead of time as we would hate for you to be disappointed: