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Las mejores pastelerías en Bermondsey, Gran Londres

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“awesome and artsy by day - brimming and bustling by night. With its cafes, shops, galleries, bars and entertainment, this is the place to be. ”
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“Great for coffee and pastries, has a cosy feel in the winter with the wood fire”
Recomendado por 26 habitantes locales
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“Not everyone's favourite, but if you would like to try Pie and mash it is a traditional London working-class food, originating in London. Pie, mash and eel shops have been in London since the 19th century M.Manze was established in 1902 by Michele Manze - the present owners' Grandfather. They serve traditional Pie and Mash and Eels (jellied or stewed), in authentic surroundings. At Manzes, we still use the same recipes today for the pies and liquor as were used in 1902, the only changes made have been to improve quality and to meet the higher food standards of today. ”
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“The almond croissants here are amazing and it's open everyday! There lunch sandwiches are pretty tasty too. ”
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“Great coffee, and a range of pastries, savouries and patisseries offer a contemporary take on the French classics. 2min walk from the flat.”
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“The bread served in Fergus Henderson’s stellar St. John’s restaurant was famous long before you could get your hands on a loaf to take home. Fans of his dough now know to head to his Druid Street counter, which is open every weekend. Try the brown sourdough or the rye loaf, and the madeleines, doughnuts, and eccles cakes. The Maltby Street branch of the famous St. John restaurant, known for its fine nose-to-tail dining, is just round the corner, if you want the full service.”
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“The founders of this bakery made their name delivering their breads via a fleet of Pashley bikes. Their lovely Bermondsey arch is open to the public on Saturdays 8:30 am-2 pm for takeaway only. My favourites include the soda bread, currant, and millet ficelle and their amazing savoury pastry called the “cheesy thing.” Can’t wait till the weekend? Check their website for who stocks their breads during the week. Luckily for me, my local Allpress in Dalston serves their bakes.”
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“ "London Glass Blowing" is just further up the street if you ever was curious to see how they actually make glass pieces. ”
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