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in the cold light of day we told you about Embassy East on Hoxton Street. When you start something good, others follow and now there is a real Artisan Bakery and seriously good coffee house sat opposite on the other side of the street named The Hoxton Bakery. Well how about that!

Brought to you by Matt Jones and Olivier Favrel who each run their independent bakery stalls at Borough Market and started Flourpowercity back in 1999. Retro! The Hoxton Backery is simple, it’s bakery, baking a couple of breads like a good crusty white or the Hoxton Rye, and it’s a coffee shop where they will be serving up Nude coffe who you can find on Brick Lane. It’s is all about local community spirit.

Old school Bakers, new wave Baristas

The Hoxton Bakery, 238 Hoxton Street N1