Bread and pastry stall in Borough Market serving some of the finest doughnuts available from a winning bread preparation formula - bring a bib or a tissue!
These were basically the best doughnuts I have ever had in my life. I was led here by Tom Kerridge’s Saturday Kitchen insert which I missed on the original broadcast and I am very grateful for seeing this short review as I have been meaning to go for weeks. The best thing about these wonderful doughnuts by a country mile was the gorgeously fluffy and yet squidgy doughnut pastry. I tried the chocolate, the caramel (with salted honeycomb) and vanilla cream options (two big bites from each did it) and although I thought they were all delicious, I do believe the vanilla version came out on top.
The only thing I wasn’t quite prepared for was the quarter of a pint of sauce in each one. I would have actually been happy to trade half of that for more of the pasty as that was truly wonderful, but all homemade sauces were very beautifully done.
I didn’t try any of the savoury pastry / bakery products but Justin Gellatly provides cooking sessions in the bakery (where the doughnuts are made) only metres away from Borough Market and I am thoroughly tempted to go for either of these options. An absolute must for anyone who likes doughnuts with a cup of tea and a truly lovely thing to finaly sink the teeth into. Whilst there is not much morello go on other than doughnuts, they are a very fine version.
Food Grade: 65%
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