best bakeries in leeds

The 5 best bakeries in Leeds

Literally, everyone has space in their stomachs for a tasty bake. Whether you fancy a fresh garlic loaf or just want to dig into a delicious cream cupcake, the bakery is the place to go! For you, we have gathered 5  of the best bakeries here in Leeds that will undoubtedly have all your baked desires!

The Street Lane Bakery

Address: Caretakers House, 399 Street Lane, Moortown, LS17 6HQ

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Like any bakeries, the Street Lane Bakery has a huge range of scrumptious sweet and savoury treats on offer. What makes the Street Lane Bakery different is how they deliver their bakeries. No boring circle cupcakes and biscuits. Instead, treat yourself to butterfly-shaped shortbread and web-covered cupcakes. They even offer vegan ice cream. You cannot go wrong!

Sunshine Bakery

Address: 182 Harrogate Road, Chapel Allerton, LS7 4NZ

Did someone say personalized cakes? Sunshine Bakery offers just that. If you want to get fresh personalized cupcakes or even a celebration cake, then why not order from Sunshine Bakery. If cakes aren’t your cup of tea, then lucky for you, they also offer other goods such as scones.

Bagel Nash

Address: 34 St. Pauls St, Leeds, LS1 2AT

Bagels, Bagels and Even More Bagels. Bagel Nash is another great bakery that offers different types of Bagels. Bagel Nash’s artisan and dedicated bakers craft unique bagel recipes for you to try, whatever the Bagel occasion!

Dumouchel Patisserie

Address: 1 Ninelands Lane, Garforth, LS25 1NX

Established in 1998, this is not just an ordinary bakery but is an award-winning chocolatier and patisserie. They offer a variety of homemade chocolates and high-quality delights such as pastries and fondant fancies.

Bluebird Bakery

Address: 1A New York St, LS2 7DT

Situated in the centre of Kirkgate Market, the Bluebird Bakery sells freshly over-baked bread loaves. Their best sellers include ‘The Seven Seeder Sourdough’ (obviously includes 7 different types of seeds such as pumpkin and sunflower seeds), ‘The White Cob’ (the family favourite), and ‘La Baguette’ (why go to Paris when you can try it right here).

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