Extracted from A Liverpool Companion.
In the post-industrial Baltic Triangle, currently in the throes of an orgy of construction, you’ll find this compact bakery and café. At the back, on a slightly raised level is the oven, stacks of flour and shelves filled with loaves of bread line one wall, with a selection of cakes and pastries at the front. Their bread is exceptional and a breakfast of two slabs of sourdough toast served with a selection of local jams and nut butters (the Funky Nut Company’s Chinese Spice peanut butter is a standout) will set you up for the day. Lunchtime soup and sandwiches come recommended too.