Bakery restaurants in London
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Among the spray of gift shops, cafes and delis along The Pavement, this gracious Parisian-style boulangerie welcomes with vast glass windows, an inviting sense of Gallic charm and a scattering of seats flung out front for delicious views of the common. The pastries, baguettes, croissants and ice creams are all tasty and tip-top fresh. Interlopers from other parts of town love it almost as much as locals.
The cookies at Ben’s are, quite possibly, the best in the history of cookie-making. There are 18 different kinds to choose from, from triple chocolate to peanut butter, oatmeal and raisin to chocolate and orange, all wonderfully gooey and often warm (they’re baked fresh on the premises throughout the day).