4
Add review

Gail's

Stroud Green

The eighth branch of the artisan bakers has opened in Crouch End with the same emphasis on natural, freshly baked bread. Expect a range of lunchtime favourites like sandwiches, omelettes, cakes and coffee.

Venue name: Gail's
Contact:
Address: 48 The Broadway
London
N8 9TP
Opening hours: Open 7am-8pm Mon-Fri, 8am-8pm Sat, 8am-7pm Sun.
Transport: Tube: Turnpike Lane tube, Crouch Hill rail or bus W7
Price: Breakfast for two with drinks and service: around £25.

Average User Rating

2.5 / 5

Rating Breakdown

  • 5 star:1
  • 4 star:0
  • 3 star:0
  • 2 star:2
  • 1 star:1
LiveReviews|4
1 person listening
susan

I love this place! The comments above are old now and the store much improved! The food is so fresh, mostly organic and baked on site. really you pay for quality not quantity here! I love coming there in the mornings, the bakery smells amazing. Coffee is the best from this place! milk is nicely silky and smooth and I know a lot of people who love this place. Staff are very friendly and polite. And the bread is cheaper than Waitrose gail's! Great job guys!

Susan

Good coffee, but VERY expensive for what it is. I feel that the food is over-priced as well, and I don't much care for it all being out on display for people to cough over at the counter.

Nicole

The layout of this venue is really odd. The space at the front of the shop where the take away range is located is huge but the eating areas are not very inviting. Its not a place to linger at all which is probably deliberate. I find their food horendously expensive and portions minute. I believe I paid £4 but a yoghurt pot size muesli and yoghurt concoction. I was so stunned I paid and left and were it not for those damned delicious coconut macaroons I wouldn't go back.

Kat

terrible food. I ate there twice both times it was bad. The sandwich had no flavour and was dry and very expensive and the tart was actually not edible and i threw it away. That said I did have the chocolate tin cake which is good so maybe the other cakes are too