The crunch bunch: More on-site bakeries
Sunday 08 March 2009
At The Chapel
High Street, Bruton, Somerset, tel: 01749 814 070
The former Café Med owner Catherine Butler has turned her own home – a former 17th-century chapel – into a café, restaurant, bakery and wine store
Le Pain Quotidien
72-75 Marylebone High Street, London W1, tel: 020 7486 6154
The focus at this global bakery/café chain is its hand-made, organic sourdough bread. Take it home, or stay and eat hearty tartines, salads, soups and rustic cakes
V-Shed, Canons Way, Bristol, tel: 0117 943 1200
Barney Haughton has converted this warehouse into an eco-warrior of a deli/ brasserie/restaurant/bakery/cooking school, with an emphasis on local produce.
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