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“Real Bread Slow Food”
Review of Pump Street Bakery

Pump Street Bakery
Ranked #1 of 1 Bakeries in Orford
Certificate of Excellence
Dining options: Breakfast
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Dining options: Breakfast
Reviewed 5 March 2011

Tiny cafe with wonderful food and great service. A jewel in a veritable suffolk foodie treasure chest

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Reviewed 11 February 2011

I had heard in the local paperthat this bakery shop had opened, and that they also had a cafe attached. So we popped in on a wet Thursday lunchtime. (Note they are not open Monday through Wednesday - check their web site)
The shop is pleasant and had a tempting variety of breads on display, and some nice cakes - including gorgeous and elegant looking heart shaped iced doughnuts. The cafe area is through an arch, and consists of a long room with an inviting open stove at one end. Seating consists of a (rather nice) long light oak table running the whole length of the room. I guess it could pack in about 18 people, if all eat in the community style - as it is set out. There is a nice woooden floor, white walls and some pictures on the wall. The windows look out over the square so one can watch village life go by. Overall it managed to look inviting in a minimalist way. But not the place to take your sweatheart for an intimate lunch for two!
The eclectic menu (printed and dated for that day) consists of a small number of items. We chose a leek and potato based soup, a celeriac, bean & kale stew (both these dishes came with lovely bread or roll) and an eccles cake with (a named) Lancaster cheese. There is a short drinks menu, and I had a glass of Italian red and my wife a bottle of cider. We also had an excellent double espresso to finish.
All the dishes were attractive and very tasty. The ambience was good, the seating arrangements encouraging fellow diners to swap a few words. The service was by two smartly dressed and enthusiastic young girls.
The total bill was around £24.
The beauty of this place is that the ingredients are excellent, the menu selection interesting and everything shows the passion of the owners and staff. It was a delightful low key lunch, and we look forward to coming back. And the sourdough loaf we bought was also excellent.

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