The Naked Loaf

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The Naked Loaf opened in November 2013 as a small neighbourhood bakery run by a Spanish family. The breads are the main draw: sourdoughs, spelt, Breton-style, plus brioches and muffin-like madeleines. In the mornings a toaster is put on the one table (which seats only four people) for serve-yourself coffee and pastries, with all you can eat, DIY toast at £2 per person. On our February 2014 visit the service was a shambles; place settings not cleared, no knives, even previously used plates reused, as the staff wandered in and out of the shop. They were in the process of renovating the next door premises for an extension to this cramped and chaotic shop. Although good as a bakery, to be a pleasant café experience Naked Loaf needs to be much more customer-focused. It also opens in the evenings with wine, tapas and pizza slices served.

Venue name: The Naked Loaf
Contact:
Address: 70 Moyser Rd
London
SW16 6SN
Opening hours: Open 8am-8pm Mon-Sat; 9am-4pm Sun
Transport: Tube: Tooting Bec
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23ib

This bakery and coffee shop/restaurant is amazing. I discovered it two weeks ago and it certainly is great. You can have a nice cup of coffee with some of their homemade bakery, croissants, muffins, bread and so on... Besides that, they've got tortilla, which coming from a Spanish family can only be one thing, delicious. The atmosphere at the coffee shop is great plus all the staff is very friendly. I will definitely be going there more oftenly and I do reccommend this place to everybody.

floxilox

We've become quite addicted to the Naked Loaf's hand crafted artisanal breads, great coffee and delicious Spanish and English breakfasts during the day. But last night we ate there on the opening night of their evening fare. First the atmosphere is very homely as you would expect from a family run business set up by people from the local community. If you find yourself on a table with others from the neighbourhood, you'll not only find everyone very friendly but it also adds to the rustic, cosy and laid back ambiance of this bakery/cafe/deli/restaurant. The food was delicious. Meze and Spanish chistorra in wine for starters. All homemade, delicious and very generous portions. The beef bourguignon was excellent and the rustic cheese soufflé was to die for. After the success of the Naked Loaf's bakery next door and the daytime cafe/deli, the restaurant is a welcome addition to this great family run set up.