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Enter this upmarket bakery-café and you’ll be met with the aroma of its organic sourdough bread doing time in the industrial ovens. The chewy-crusted, deliciously tangy loaves fly off the shelves in the café, too, despite costing a fiver apiece. The airy, light-filled warehouse space, with its communal tables generously stocked with Kilner jars of jam and towering pats of butter, is ideal for whiling away a morning over coffee and toast. Brick House distributes its award-winning bread throughout London, but here it also serves excellent pastries (try the morning buns), breakfasts such as dainty fry-ups of Trealy Farm bacon and baked eggs, and lunchtime snacks including meaty sausage rolls and sandwiches with an inspired choice of fillings.