I love Gail`s in Crouch end or at times I bought from the Harringay Local shop, but I don`t know where from it is but it is good.
Depending on where you are in a Harringay,
tri prana cafe on Philip lane stock good sourdough as well and wine and rind at Holcombe market on Tottenham high street
or Loven bakery at Tottenham Hale
I went to Loven the other day and they had nice bread, but no sourdough. Do they usually have sourdough?
I think they do because they supply it to wine and rind
JOr the Tottenham market on a Sunday outside Marcus Garvey library 11-3pm!
Harringay Local Stores has nice sourdough - not sure where they source it from though
Another vote for the sourdough at Harringay Local Store (and their other loaves!) - I may be imagining it but I thought I saw that they get their bread from the St John Bakery
Dunn’s crouch end
Dunnes in Crouch End has the most sublime sourdough bloomer I have tasted in ages. Excellent value for money too given the size of the loaf and how long it tends to keep. HLS source their bread from St Johns which is (in my humble opinion) over rated.
Harringay Store on Green Lanes and even some in Tesco I believe
Do you know which supermarket stocks the Celtic Bakers bread? The smell of baking bread from their bakery across the road is one of the few positives I take from going to the western road recycling centre!