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Gail's Artisan Bakery
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Today 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
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128 Wardour St London W1F 8ZL
128 Wardour StreetGBGreater LondonLondonW1F 8ZL
020 7287 1324gailsbread.co.uk
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Cafe
Bakery
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Today 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Monday 8:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.Tuesday 8:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.Wednesday 8:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.Thursday 8:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.Friday 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.Sunday 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
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GAIL's is a modern bakery - a celebration of handmade bread free from preservatives, artificial colours & flavours, alongside handmade pastries, sandwiches, cakes and Union Hand-Roasted coffee.
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More than 30 types of bread are offered at this chain bakery serving coffee, breakfast and lunch.- Google
"Great coffee, amazing food and lovely staff (especially Soho."
"GAIL's Artisan Bakery is a small London bakery chain with shops across the city."
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Rebecca Lee
6 months ago
I love this little gem of a Gail's in Soho. The bright white exposed brick interior is so welcoming and airy, and the food not only looks but tastes incredible. I went for breakfast and enjoyed their jumbo oat porridge, with a cinnamon bun to enjoy later in the day. Breakfast is available til 3 which is just dreamy, and with great options like brioche French toast and Bircher muesli you'll be spoiled for choice!
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Hannah Salisbury
a year ago
Fresh and tasty produce but on the expensive side for a sandwich (all be it a rather nice one) cake and a drink you will easily part with £10. Guess this is fairly standard for W1 now. Staff are knowledgeable and the service swift. There cakes are lovely but again from £2.50 - £4.90 per item not your everyday digestive. Highly recommend the triple chocolate cookie if you have a serious sweet tooth!
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Lily Pozzetti Holt
8 months ago
Great location and open til 9. The hot chocolate was as good as you could ask for and the cakes rustic and homely. Staff were not very friendly though.
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Jason C
a year ago
Great friendly cafe with brilliant selection of cakes and buns. Went for a Friday night after work cake (!) and was pleasantly surprised. Atmosphere and staff were friendly - cakes were great. Even had a few dairy free options for me. Worth a stop.
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Mark Lunney
8 months ago
A smaller branch of Gail's, but one of the better layouts if you just want to grab a quick coffee, as it has lot's of counter space where you can usually find a seat. Gail's are mostly reliable for a good coffee, and this one has never let me down. Recommend the Soho buns for a small treat with a coffee (they have them in all the branches, but here they're most aptly named!).
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Christopher Haines
11 months ago
One of my favourite bakeries around London, you will always be able to find something you will enjoy here. Aside from brewing amazing coffee, Gail's is the perfect place to pop to for a delicious lunch/brunch, especially if you feel like treating yourself. All of their produce, on display all around the shop, is freshly baked and prepared on that day. And you can taste it in each and every item you choose to indulge in. Highly recommended things to try are their sausage rolls, brownies, chocolate chip cookies, Parmesan Chicken Sandwich and Pulled BBQ Brisket Toastie. The staff are friendly and helpful, and theres plenty of places to sit along the windows for people watching, and around the bar itself with tables for groups as well.
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Graham Mickleton
a year ago
It's ok if you're stuck, but there are lots of other places in Soho that are a lot better. It's just all a bit 'mass produced' - though they try to make it look lilke an independent bakery. Some of the cakes sit around a bit too long too IMHO. Staff were not on the ball the last time we went.
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Juan José Silveira
a year ago
Good place for a hot drink and cookies or cake even late in the night (open until 10pm). Very bright and the large windows over Wardour St. make it a perfect spot for people watching. If you're into chocolate try their chocolate cake, very rich and moist.

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