127 "Bakery/Cafe" Restaurants in London.
An upmarket Mayfair café from the people behind one of London’s best fine dining spots, Hideaway is serving seriously excellent food and coffee.
If you’re looking for a great coffee and lunch-to-go in South Tottenham then With Milk is always a great shout.
Perkyn’s is a cool and casual bottle shop in Tottenham with great lunch offerings.
Carmell is a kosher bakery in Golders Green with a staunch following. Their bagels are brilliant and so is their babka.
Grodzinski's Stamford Hill branch excels in bagels, challah, and other Jewish specialities.
Rinkoff’s is an old school bakery in Whitechapel making delicious challah and bagels worth stocking up on.
Roni’s is a local favourite thanks to its tasty bagels, homely chicken soup, and freshly baked pastries.
Daniels is a traditional kosher bakery that makes delicious bagels, challah, and yeast cake worth fighting for.
Panzer’s is a stalwart deli in St. John’s Wood with excellent hand cut smoked salmon, freshly baked bagels, and whole lot more.
A laid-back brunch spot in Tooting, Juliets is lowkey serving some of the best food in London.
Bake Street is an brilliant neighbourhood café opposite Hackney's Rectory Road station that does legendary weekend brunch specials.
The Happening Bagel Bakery is a Finsbury Park institution as good for a late-night smoked salmon bagel as it is for a morning eclair.
Brunswick East is an all-day Australian café and coffee shop with lovely courtyard seating.
A five minute walk from South Kensington’s museums, Fernandez and Wells is a cool and casual coffee spot.
Open from 7am on weekdays, Dose is a small coffee spot near the Barbican and Farringdon.