Warrens Bakery opens in Harrow
The oldest bakery in Cornwall opens its doors in Harrow today, as the famous bakery brings its award-winning traditional pastries to North-West London.
A spokesman for Warrens Bakery said: “With a rich heritage and an array of hand-crafted sweet and savoury bakes, Warrens Bakery is proud to be the oldest bakery in Cornwall and is recognised as the world’s oldest Cornish pasty maker.
“After being shortlisted as one of the top three craft bakery businesses in the country, in the Baking Industry Awards 2017, the opening follows recent news that Cornish pasties are having a renaissance.
“With the rise in popularity in craft baking, the premium bakery puts a firm focus on provenance, hand crafted skill and innovation.
“The opening will mean Harrow residents won’t have to travel far to pick up a hand-crimped taste of the iconic pasties, often enjoyed during holidays by the coast.”
The openings comes as part of a flurry of openings for the bakery as they opened in Ealing and Devonshire Row last November, marking the first Warrens Bakery in London.Wednesday, 7th February, 2018