Bakehouse St Albans

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Bakehouse St AlbansBakehouse St Albans

Bakehouse St Albans is an independently owned coffee shop, bakery and eatery located right next door to St Albans Cathedral. We are passionate about creating great seasonal food using local produce and our chefs can be found in the kitchen slavishly concocting great cakes, tarts, quiches, soups, salads, hotpots and using Artisan bread to turn your lunchtime sandwich into something a bit more exciting.

We serve our great food with a wide range of drinks including Monmouth Coffee, Luscombe Drinks, Pip Organic children's juices and an excellent range of wines and beers. Service will come with a smile and a passion for food.

Our beautiful and spacious interior is on two floors overlooking St Albans Cathedral and we also have a tranquil courtyard garden for when the sun shines.

We are open 7 days a week from breakfast 'till tea time and we are at the back of Heritage Close (just off High Street). Family and dog friendly.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Voted 'Best Cafe' in the St Albans Food & Drink Awards 2012

Find us on Twitter and Facebook.

Overview

  • Business Sector:
  • Food & Drink > Cafes / Coffee Shops
  • Dates and times: Open: Mon - Sat 8am - 6pm and Sun 9am - 6pm

Address and Contact info

  • Address: 17 Heritage Close, High Street
  • Town: St Albans
  • County: Herts
  • Postcode: AL3 4EB

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Review Overview

Abbey Shiny Cafe, people! - review by rnk
Wow, they've done this up beautifully and lovingly. On the upper floor you can sit and enjoy a great view of the Abbey. I bet the ground floor is nice too, though it was closed when we went. We popped in for breakfast with the Sunday papers and very much enjoyed our cappuccinos, bacon doorstop sandwich, and ham and cheese croissant. Clearly baking is their speciality and they do it very well, but we'd have liked a bit more choice on the breakfast menu. We're looking forward to popping back to try out their lunch menu some time, as it looked very tasty. [Jul 12] 22 Jul 12
2012-07-22T19:44:44.0000000+01:00
4
Bakehouse St Albans
Beautifully done - review by poodey

Wow. Someone has spent a lot of money here, turning the rather ad hoc space next to Lussmanns into a bright, airy cafe-come-bakery. Spread over two floors, it's a delightful place to gorge yourself on delicious cakes and pastries while enjoying probably the best view in the city. Service was a bit patchy when I went (a simple order for a black coffee and slice of cake became needlessly complicated) but I am putting that down to help-we've-just-opened-teething-trouble. Talking of that, it was rather buggytastic; so as long as you don't mind sharing your coffee with lots of babies, give it a whirl. [Jun 12]

29 Jun 12
2012-06-29T12:51:01.0000000+01:00
4
Bakehouse St Albans

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