PAUL BAKERY REOPENS ‘THE BREAD MARKET’ FOR LOCKDOWN 2.0

Luscious London

Leading French artisan bakery, PAUL has reopened ‘The Bread Market’ at its central bakery in Acton, London, selling freshly baked loaves straight from the oven to Londoners. This initiative was originally put in place during the first lockdown to help support the widespread demand for fresh bread and opens again with the same intentions. Customers can also enjoy ‘Buy One Get One Free’ on all 400g and 800g loaves including the pain de campagne, multigrain, two olives and, for something sweet, the cramique brioche.


The Bread Market is open seven days a week from 8am-3pm, with Click & Collect available and same day delivery via UberEats and Deliveroo.


28 PAUL shops across London including; Wimbledon Village, Hampstead and South Kensington, will also remain open for takeaway, Click & Collect and delivery through Ubereats and Deliveroo. Expect freshly baked loaves, pastries and tarts, as well as hot drinks and now also yeast and flour. In the lead up to the festive season, customers can also get their hands on the new range of Christmas sandwiches including the award-winning Dinde de Noel turkey classic; as well as the famous mince pie croissant, showstopping yule logs and Christmas cakes.


Next day delivery is also available across London to specified postcodes. Check out where on the website here


PAUL also continues to donate unsold bread and freshly baked bread pudding to London based charity, The Felix Project, which distributes surplus fresh food to those that need it most.

Posted Date
Nov 9, 2020 in Luscious London by Laurel
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