Hi I'm looking for recommendations for really good baguettes - preferably ficelle - to buy in central London. Thank you.
Aubaine is a French patisserie and bakery in South Kensington. I haven't been there in quite awhile, so I can't vouch for their ficelle. It's probably worth a try.
along with zuriga's suggestion, i'd also check out the boulangerie boutique in south ken:
Fantastic, thank you both. South Ken here I come. Any recommendations in London W1 would also be welcome.
there's always le pain qoutidien in marylebone/covent garden/holborn, but i've never seen ficelle. baguette yes.
Good idea about Le Pain Quotidien. I was at the Marylebone one on Monday and had some great breads with my gruel. One was definitely a tasty baguette slice. Much to my surprise, the other piece was NY-style rye bread. I wanted to cry for joy. :-)
Might be worth checking Poliane in Pimlico. Further out, there's Tetote near Wembley for Japanese styled french breads.
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