Bread-lovers in a single nook of South Bristol should discover a new place to get their repair subsequent month, as one of many space’s prime bakeries has introduced it’s closing.
Award-winning Totterdown bakery set to shut down
Tucked away simply off the Wells Street, Baked had gained an incredible popularity for its scrumptious breads and professional baking recommendation and gained the Finest Native Bakery award on the Bristol Good Meals Awards in 2016.
The bakery, which opened in early 2015, makes use of conventional fermentation methods to make contemporary loaves starting from sourdough to rye bread, and is dedicated to utilizing high quality components from native suppliers.
Nonetheless, the eatery will quickly be shutting its doorways for the ultimate time, that means prospects should look elsewhere to get their freshly baked items on a Saturday morning.
Taking to social media to announce the information, Baked proprietor Ash Symons and his companion Ellie confirmed they’re promoting the bakery and transferring on to pastures new.
Though there isn’t a phrase but on a possible purchaser for Baked, the couple stated they needed to discover a alternative with the identical dedication as them, and added: “It’s time for us to maneuver on and let another person with an analogous ardour benefit from the enterprise we’ve got constructed.
“None of this might have occurred with out the assist of our prospects, significantly our regulars and native prospects, and we thank these of you who’ve supported us wholeheartedly.”