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Bready, set, go: 5 of the best bakeries in Manchester

3 months ago

The only thing better than the smell of freshly baked bread is the smell of freshly ground coffee; here we’ve gathered together five of the best bakeries in Manchester that bring you both. From local success stories to London-born chains, these are our go-to spots for a cortado and a croissant (usually with a bag of pain au chocolate to go).

Not seen your favourite? Search for more bakeries on Confidential Guides and keep an eye out for our best patisseries list, coming soon.

  • A muffin from Gail's Bakery, King Street, Manchester
    Manchester City Centre

    GAIL’s Bakery King Street


    GAIL’s Bakery on King Street is the latest Manchester addition to this London-born chain, following the success of their Altrincham and Didsbury sites.

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  • Fig and almond tart at La Chouquette in Didsbury, Manchester
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    La Chouquette


    Since opening at the far reaches of Didsbury Village in 2020, French boulangerie and p√Ętisserie La Chouquette has picked up awards, extended into the premises next door, and regularly had queues snaking down the street.

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  • Bread from MOST Bakery in Altrincham

    MOST Bakery


    Selling beautiful artisanal breads, sandwiches, pastries and other sweet treats, family bakery MOST has become a popular spot since it opened on Cross Street in Altrincham 2022.

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    Pollen Bakery KAMPUS


    Pollen Bakery began life in a Piccadilly archway before moving out to Ancoats Marina. This second Pollen, at garden neighbourhood Kampus, brings them back to Piccadilly – but this time with a 2,600 sq ft bakery, cafe, and an extended menu to match.

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  • A croissant from Trove Ancoats, a bakery and cafe in Manchester.
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    Trove Ancoats


    Trove Ancoats is the younger sister of the original Trove in Levenshulme which made its name through fantastic bread and an ‘everything made from scratch’ philosophy.

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