Carmelli may be the most renowned purveyor of bagels in north-west London, but those in the know would argue that the real pinnacle of bagel greatness lies slightly further north, at Daniel’s. This place has been a surefire hit for many years, making a variety of seeded loaves, rolls, crumbly croissants encrusted with Marcona almonds, and a nice line in treats for the kids – from mini bagels to ‘his and hers’ bootee-shaped meringues. It goes without saying that there’s a surfeit of smoked salmon; this being the age of globalisation, Daniel’s even serves it in sushi form. It’s worth trying a loaf of chollah, the Jewish sabbath bread, which is made with egg and could be a softer, savoury cousin of brioche.
|Venue name:||Daniel's Bagel Bakery||Contact:|
12-13 Hallswelle Parade, Finchley Road
|Opening hours:||Meals served noon-midnight Mon-Thur, Sun.|
|Transport:||Tube: Golders Green tube|
|Price:||Main courses £8-£10. Set lunch (noon-5pm Mon-Thur, Sun) £10 2 courses incl soft drink. Set meal £15.99 3 courses incl soft drink.|
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