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The Bakehouse At 124

By silkinteriors, May 27 2015 09:53PM

Put this date into your diary - Monday 1st June, 2015.


That's the date that the fantastic new The Bakehouse At 124 in Tonbridge opens. Owned by local Clare Barton, with support from Dr Jerome Flynn, this great new venture can be found at 124 High Street in the old Moss Bros shop that closed last year. If you are still not sure - it's the best looking building in the High Street, just up form the Chequers pub.


We were lucky enough to be invited to their pre-opening evening last week, where we joined other locals including the Town Team members, our new MP Tom Tugendhat and the new mayor Councillor Owen Baldock. The Mayor was on his first official engagement, having been sworn in that same week.


Nicky was initially contacted by Clare last year, and was pleased to be asked to make the cushions, lampshades and a box cushion for a recycled church pew. You can see some of these in situation here - we hope they give a feel of the bakery. This gorgeous fabric, chosen by Clare, comes from Vanessa Arbuthnott.


The Bakehouse At 124 is Clare's dream. A lifelong Tonbridge and Hildenborough resident, she re-trained as an artisan baker in 2013. You'll be able to sample delicious breads and pastries in sumptuous surroundings. As well as the food, which includes light breakfasts, lunch and teas, The Bakehouse at 124 is also a coffee house and tea room.


For those that love a bit of theatre, you can sit at the toast bar and watch the bakers in action, as they create small batches of loaves that will match any in today's growing artisan food revival.


Sourdough bread will be a particular speciality, and there will be sweet brioche, croissants and other pastries. Perhaps porridge is your choice of breakfast; quiche or soup for lunch; and who doesn't like a proper afternoon tea.


We've heard of some locals say "not another cafe", but The Bakehouse At 124 is so much more than a cafe. With inglenook fireplaces, two floors of comfortable seating in a Tudor building, and outside garden, and bakers working in full view, it will be the perfect setting for the more discerning customer.


You can even hire space for networking or team events - email clafre@thebakehouse.co.uk if this is of interest. Follow them on Facebook here and check out more photos from the tasting evening courtesy of Alma Photography.


Having sampled some of their food last week and had a good look at the space, we can't wait for the opening. We really think this class of establishment will really stand out and bring people to Tonbridge, to sample a touch of luxury in a fantastic setting.



1 comments
May 30 2015 06:05PM by michelle

Just heard Nicky that The Bakehouse at 124 will now open bright and early on 8th June. Can't wait!

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