Paul Bakery reopens the bread market for lockdown 2.0

Unlike lockdown 1, stores are fully stocked with flour just in time for GBBO 2020 Fans to ‘bake along with bake off.’ But if you’ve been suffering from baking fatigue and your attempts have been more doorstopper than ‘show stopper’, then fans of PAUL will be pleased to know that the leading French artisan bakery, has reopened ‘The Bread Market’ at its central bakery in Acton. Selling freshly baked loaves straight from the oven, who doesn’t love the delicious comforting aroma of freshly baked bread?

This initiative was originally put in place during the first lockdown to help support the widespread demand for fresh bread and opens again with the same intentions. Customers can again enjoy artisan breads from Baguettes to Brioches. And what’s more ‘Buy One Get One Free’ is available on all 400g and 800g loaves including the pain de campagne, multigrain, two olives and, for something sweet, the cramique brioche, with raisins and nibs of sugar.

The Bread Market is open seven days a week from 8am-3pm, but don’t ‘loaf around’; daily fresh bakes are subject to availability. With Click & Collect available and same day delivery via UberEats and Deliveroo. 

28 PAUL shops across London will also remain open for takeaway. Pop in for freshly baked breads, pastries and sandwiches as well as hot drinks. While you’re there, pick up PAULS premium flour and yeast pantry essentials, and keep a look out for their festive range including mince pie croissants.  Pre order your festive show stopping Yule logs and Christmas cakes for delivery or collection.

PAUL continues to donate unsold bread and freshly baked bread pudding to London based charity, The Felix Project, which distributes surplus fresh food to those that need it most.
Address: The PAUL Bread market, 43-45 Brunel Road, Acton London W3 7XR

Written by: Eboni Addoh