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The Best Bakeries In Soho, London

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Updated: 9 February 2017
The district of Soho might only be a square mile in size, but is home to some of the best bakeries in town. Here are the best places from which to collect delectable artisanal bread without having to venture into a supermarket.

Princi, Bread Selection

Princi is a gem of a bakery in the middle of Wardour Street. This glamorous boutique bakery is home to the Milanese baker Rocco Princi, who brings to London his delicious pastries, perfectly rustic pizzas and the all-important freshly baked wood fired bread. If you’re lucky you’ll witness the treats being baked right in front of your eyes in their large ovens. You’ll find a sizable selection of goodies ready to go displayed on racks just as you walk in through the front door. Opening hours are Monday to Saturday 8am-midnight and Sunday 8.30am-10pm.

Princi, 135 Wardour Street, London W1F 0UT

Gail’s Artisan Bakery, Bread Selection

Gail’s Artisan Bakery was set up by Ran Avidan and Tom Molnar, who after bringing baker Gail Mejia on board, opened up the first bakery in Hampstead in 2005. Today, the company has twenty bakeries throughout London in upmarket neighborhoods. With around thirty varieties of bread baked daily, you are sure to find one to delight your taste buds. The selection includes rye, spelt and a large range of sourdough. The Soho branch is open Monday to Thursday 8am-9pm, Saturday 9am-10pm and Sunday 9am-7pm.

Gail’s Artisan Bakery, 128 Wardour Street, London W1F 8ZL

L’eto Caffe, Bread Selection

L’eto Caffe is also located on Wardour Street with five more locations in prosperous areas of the capital – Mayfair, Kings Road, Fulham, Brompton and Belgravia. They first opened up in Soho in 2011 and offer plenty of pastries, cakes and bread options. You may not realize that they sell bread at first but they do have a small selection of cafone, ciabatta, whole-wheat, rye and rye with seeds. This bakery is open Sunday to Tuesday 9am-9pm and Wednesday to Saturday 8am-11pm.

L’eto Caffe, 155 Wardour Street, London W1F 8WG

Paul, Bread Selection

Paul, the French bakery, has been baking bread since 1889 and now spans five generations of bakers. You’ll find Paul branches dotted around London and they’re a top destination store for bread lovers. Their signature loaf is the Flute which they make using an original recipe of just flour, natural yeast, sea salt, water and a long fermentation process. Other breads include Baguettes, Pain de Campagne, Boule Charlemagne, Pain Deux Olives (olive bread) and more. The Soho branch is open Monday to Tuesday 9am-8pm and Wednesday to Sunday 9am-9pm.

Paul, 49 Old Compton Street, London W1D 6HL

Seeded sourdough baguettes