We are at 13 (Baker’s Dozen!) Allhalland Street in Bideford.

Tuesday – Saturday – Early doors to about 2.30pm (ish)

BREAD Cafe open at No.12

A vintage vibe on the decor and a wholesome simplicity in our food. Our menu is, of course, bread-related with staples like doorstep toast, pizza bagels and Joe’s delicious sourdough Brownies, Muffins and Rock Cakes. We should call them ‘boulder cakes’ as they are huge! We also sell the deliciously smooth-tasting Croyde Coffee The Point by the cup or bag, and we are dog-friendly.

We have an art trellis on one wall that features a different local artist every month.

Open Tuesday – Saturday – 9.30 ish – 2.30 ish


If you live within our 5-mile radius delivery zone, you can order some freshly-baked artisan sourdough bread or our signature sourdough Barefoot Bagels online for FREE doorstep delivery. Please choose and click on what you would like from the choices below.

Deliveries are made within 2 days of ordering and usually in the afternoon. Please leave a bag on your door if possible, or let us know where you would like your order to be safely left.


Want a loaf on the day?

We sell our products in our Bakery in Bideford as well as in Johns’ Deli in Appledore and Instow on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Ashford Farm Shop near Braunton, Orchards Farm Shop in St. John’s, Barnstaple and The Whole Jar in Torrington have a weekly delivery on Fridays.

You can also find us on many local eateries menus including and Cafe Du Parc, The Cultured Deli and Le Petit Monde in Bideford. We’re at Appledore Farmers’ Market on the first Saturday of the month.

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Introducing our Hanging Bread Basket

We’re trying to help people hang on in there during these tough times and you can help us simply by the click of a button.

We supply the local Food Banks as often as we can, but some people are too proud/scared/nervous about going to a food bank. Buy a ‘hanging loaf’ from our online shop and we will add a token to our Bread Basket on the bakery counter. Anyone in need can come into the bakery and exchange a token for a loaf.

“And with the rise of good bread also comes, hearteningly, the rise of the community bakery, returning bread to its old role at the heart of village life”.

(The Guardian)

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