The 30 best bakeries in the UK?

first_imgThe Sunday Times has published what it considers to be the top 30 bakeries in the UK because, as it puts it, “something is changing” in our attitude to bread.The newspaper said: “We eat a lot of rubbish bread in this country,” then added, “but something is changing.”It talked about the increasing consumer demand for artisan bread, and acknowledged that the list was made up of bakeries old and new which had one thing in common: “They don’t want us to eat rubbish anymore.”In no particular order, the top 30 bakeries in the UK according to The Sunday Times are:Bread Ahead, Borough Market, London The Little Bread Pedlar, Bermondsey, London Yeast, Broadway Market, London Village Bakery, Harefield, Uxbridge Stoneham Bakehouse, Hove, East Sussex E5 Bakehouse, Hackney, London Sugardough, Hove, East SussexHobbs House Bakery, various locations, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire East Bristol Bakery, Bristol Pinkmans, Bristol Leakers Bakery, Bridport, Dorset Town Mill Bakery, Lyme Regis, Dorset Exploding Bakery, Exeter, Devon Pullin’s Bakery, Yatton, SomersetMa Baker’s, Worcester Loaf, Birmingham Trove Café + Bakery, Manchester Pollen Bakery, Manchester Merlin’s Bakery Café, Burscough, Lancashire The Handmade Bakery, Slaithwaite, West Yorkshire Noisette Bakehouse, Leeds Haxby Bakehouse, Haxby, near York The Hazelmere Bakery, Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria Broughton Village Bakery, Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria Hambleton Bakery, Exton, RutlandThe One Mile Bakery, Cardiff Bakery47, Glasgow Bostock Bakery, North Berwick Ann’s Pantry, Larne, Co Antrim Tan Lan Bakery, Conwy, WalesAgree with this list? Think differently? Let us know on Twitter @BritishBaker or by email at [email protected]last_img

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