Food

Review: PAUL bakery, Grand Central

Lyonnaise Salad (lardons, poached egg, lambs lettuce, mix leaves, croutons, wholegrain mustard dressing) £4.95

Sandwich Boeuf (Roast Beef, grilled carrot, spinach, mayo-mustard cream, NEW potato & rosemary bread) £4.45If you’re looking for an ultra laid back and sophisticated ambience for your lunch time shopping trip, look no further than Paul, at Grand Central with their friendly team and fine artisan baked goods.

The waitress who served us was excellent, and made sure we had everything we needed.

The range of pastries on offer at Paul were a feast for the eyes, with a wide range of different options for all taste buds. We were bowled over by the professionalism of the team to help us navigate the allergy menu when choosing a chocolate tart that didn’t contain any nuts. The chocolate was velvety and smooth and melted in the mouth. A delicious coffee to wash it down went well.

PaulIt was a real treat to sample the delicious blueberry tart bursting with sweet fruit and a light but well engineered tart casing.

In terms of the venue, the interior at Paul is chic and modern with impressive finishing touches and fittings. This makes the experience that little more pleasant with a cosmopolitan atmosphere. The sandwiches at Paul were also outstanding. The baguettes showcase the finest in artisan baked bread, with a crispy crust and a fluffy light centre, baked to perfection.

PAUL’s signature range of breads are baked fresh on site each day as well as their famous selection of pâtisserie, viennoiserie, gourmet salads and sandwiches which are quite simply, second to none.

There is a range of hot seasonal products including soups, croques and pizzas which are all available to buy in the shop or to take-away.

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