Bread Ahead Review
Last Tuesday, OnIn.London visited Bread Ahead’s new 11,000 sqft rotisserie and pizza restaurant, 182 cover all day dining cafe and state-of-the-art cooking school in Wembley.
We were amazed at the beautiful new space and after a few proseccos and a tour of the space, we sat down to do what we came for… and that was to try the new menu available!
We started with Whole Burrata with Charred Beets and of course some of the Bread, which is of course pretty famous in a London now. It did not disappoint.
For mains we couldn’t leave without trying the half free-range rotisserie chicken sourced from Walton Meats, the Margherita pizzas and the pizza of the day cooked in the pizza oven. The juicy chicken fell off the bone and was simply amazing. The pizzas were damn good too but as we were saving room for dessert… we took the rest To take away.
Don’t leave without trying the Sticky Toffee Pudding – it’s probably one of the best I’ve tried in London.
Alongside the more formal restaurant space will be the bakery and all-day dining offering. It will serve Bread Ahead’s signature breakfast dishes including fresh pastries and Smoked Salmon Brioche Buns. Those in a rush will be able to enjoy a number of grab-and-go items including sandwiches, pizza slices, teas and coffee. In the warmer months, guests can enjoy a bite to eat on the 156-cover outdoor terrace.
The space also houses a bakery school, sponsored by AEG who will be supplying all the appliances, where baking enthusiasts can perfect their skills in the kitchen. Following the huge success of baking workshops at the Bread Ahead Borough Market and Chelsea outposts, the space will include two glass-fronted classrooms on the mezzanine floor of the building, overlooking the restaurant and bakery below.
It’s all pretty amazing and I hope to attend a baking class soon!
To book a bakery school session or a delicious meal, visit www.breadahead.com. Or simply pop in to grab some delicious baked goods to go at any time. We left with a donut which my work colleague happily ate the next day – by the smile on her face it’s pretty safe to say it was delicious.