Unsliced rather than sliced bread is the greatest thing ever, as evidenced by the potato sourdough, squishingly oily focaccia and everything else coming out of The Dusty Knuckle. This social enterprise bakery has been doing good things in lots of ways for a years now and it’s a great place for a pastry first thing (the morning bun), sandwich (any) at lunchtime, or sourdough pizza on the weekends. Things change daily, but look out for their beetroot and chicken caesar sandwiches in particular. True classics of the genre.
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