Food menu items are very limited and vary. May not go again as their options weren't great on this occasion. Their seeded bread was superb. Cookies weren't nice.
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Bought a mozzarella, pesto and tomato baguette. The bread was so hard i almost lost teeth trying to bite into it. Also when it gets hot flies tend to swarm the food as it is all open and left out on display and none of...More
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Exploring Pimlico over the Easter weekend, my wife told me about this fabulous bakery she had found. She was right: very relaxed vibe, with a mouth watering selection of breads. We ended up having breakfast there twice: one time I opted for a simple scrambled...More
make sure you stop by Gali's in the morning. was walking in the streets of Bayley and the smell of the fresh bread and pattiserie was super good that i coudlnt resist without trying all that they have baked that day. i couldnt stop myself...More
We loved Gails, a wonderful more-than-a-bakery that happened to be a few doors down from our rental flat. Our coffee drinkers were very happy, the bread was divine, and there were so many other options, from fun egg dishes to tasty salads in a cup...More
As a bonus the hotel next door offered free breakfast at Gails. The choice was either continental or hot. I tried both, and they were equally enjoyable. Very plentiful servings.
This time, all I wanted was a pot of tea and a couple of croissants to bridge a time gap between two theatre performances. Service was great - pleasant, friendly and efficient. Lovely tea, a great plain croissant and an almond one.The lot came to...More