Breads Etc

Clapham High Street, London

Breads Etc
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1/10 from 2 user reviews
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Address:127 Clapham High Street, Clapham
London, SW4 7SS
Map:Map & nearby
Region:Clapham
Nearest Station:Clapham Common
Category:Bakers Shops
Telephone:
Opening Hours:

Tue:10:00 - 22:00
Wed:10:00 - 22:00
Thu:10:00 - 22:00
Fri:10:00 - 22:00
Sat:10:00 - 22:00
Sun:10:00 - 16:00


About: Breads Etcetera is an artisanal bakery that makes award-winning, organic sourdough breads. Customers can make their own toast after choosing from the bread bar, where there s also a selection of spreads from tahini to Tiptree jams. There are cooked breakfasts available and sandwiches such as Forman s smoked salmon with cucumber, cream cheese, capers, dill and lemon, Breads Etcetera s own muffins, and fresh fruit salads. Lunch dishes include greek salad and beef brisket.

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As the name suggests you’ll find all manner of breads here, and you can help yourself to as much as you like (and even toast it yourself) for £6.50. Full English breakfasts and brunches are also on offer, with free bread refills.



The Latest User Reviews of Breads Etc


User Rating: 1 / 10
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Simon, South London
Added: Apr 2012
Went when I first started working in Clapham. Enjoyed a lunch, however £25 for 2 is seriously pricy for a 'cafe'

Positives - Good Bacon, you can't knock the bread
Negatives - Mediocre arrogant service, too pricey for location, coffee in a tumbler? huh?

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Name: Simon
Location: South London

User Rating: 1 / 10
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My fiancee raved about this place for ages, so I decided we should pay it a visit (when she was 4 and a half months pregnant).

After waiting for 10 minutes outside we were ushered into a ridiculously claustrophobic and cramped 'cafe’ - pretty much elbow to elbow with other patrons, my fiancee then ordered a latte coffee which was served in a tumbler?! this was too hot to pick up as of course it had no handle (I know they’re pretentious, but how they think they can serve a latte in a tumbler I don’t know! You would be slapped for such a thing in Italy).

After the breakfast, which was decidedly average (no mushroom, beans or black pudding) the waiter struggled with the elementary task of picking a plate up - knocking cutlery over my pregnant fiancee and then in the resulting commotion she had her coffee spilt over her lap and belly (fortunately for them it was cold by that stage).

The waiter then had the audacity to say 'don’t worry we won’t charge you for service’ at which point I should have slapped him with a loaf of their 'award winning bread’ - which by the way is exactly the same as bread available everywhere in Italy, I guess sourdough bread just isn’t as common here.

Personally I would avoid this place, I don’t see why anyone would queue to get into here, I have had breakfast at FAR better places and if I want sourdough bread OR coffee (served in a cup with a handle) I would go to an Italian bakery or cafe, thanks (or would even prefer to have a classic English breakfast at a greasy spoon than here).

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