The Bake House Salcombe

The Bake House Salcombe
Cafe and coffee shop, Salcombe
3 Fore Street, Salcombe, Devon, TQ8 8BY
Opening hours: 7:30 - 17:00 (Mon - Sat), 8:00 - 17:00 (Sun)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday
coffee

N/A - no coffee is served here

taste

It's one of our favourite destinations and nothing here will disappoint taste wise. As for recommendations - you won't find a better almond croissant and the cheese straws and pear slices are delicious!

selection

Huge selection of freshly baked pastries, cakes, quiches, rolls, breads, pasties and croissants

value

Almond croissant (£2.00), pain au raisin (£1.80), fruit scone (£1.00), cake slices (from £2.00), sandwiches (from £3.75), quiches (£3.80), cheese straws (£1.70), pasties (£3.85), sausage roll (£2.60)

storage

There's no bike racking, simply takeout and enjoy the views from Salcombe across Salcombe Harbour

groups

It's takeaway only, however there's plenty of seating in the nearby Harbour

location

Salcombe is located within the South Devon Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty and there's plenty of scenic coastal roads to explore

Region
Devon
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Perhaps the most popular destination in Salcombe amongst both locals and tourists alike, since 1973 they’ve been serving up delicious pastries, quiches, cakes, sandwiches, baps and breads, just a short stroll from the bustling harbour in the picturesque Devon seaside town.

Inside you’ll find their famed almond croissants (often selling out quickly) along with a variety of tasty pastries including their staple cheese straws and sausage rolls, cakes and tray-bakes – the pear squares and brownies are delicious, scones, Devon beef pasties, pain au raisin and Chelsea buns.

There’s also a great range of freshly made sandwich rolls (tuna, egg, roast/coronation chicken, chorizo) and extremely tasty quiches (tomato and basil, pepper and goats cheese, Lorraine and mushroom, pine nut and truffle).

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