New sourdough bakery with fresh pastries and coffee opens next to Somerset station


Only in Frome, you say.

Other stations may have a Greggs or a Starbucks but not Frome.

In Somerset’s trendiest town, you only get the best.

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The wonderful Rye Bakery, which has a superb cafe in an amazing converted church in Frome, has opened a shop right next to the town’s train station and you can buy the best freshly baked sourdough, pastries and piping hot coffee before to get on the train. work.

Rye Bakery is well known for its many types of sourdough and other breads.

But the station shop adds new meaning to the word gentrification.

They have a section on Italian fruits and vegetables.

Here you can buy untreated Amalfi lemons if you don’t mind.

It wouldn’t be a house without one.

Then there is Ronde Aubegine, Moro Oranges and Tarocco Fire Oranges.

Rye Bakery supports independent businesses and local farmers to bring the best food to our tables, and they recruit a lot of local staff.

The bread is absolutely delicious, I can attest to that, and great, you can now buy from a retail store right next to the train station.

The shop, which also sells the best of local organic wine, cheese and fruit and vegetables, is open Tuesday through Sunday, and you can order online to pick it up on Saturday.

How nice to be able to pop into a nice shop before your daily train ride (if you’re lucky enough to have one), buy a steaming cup of rich, freshly brewed coffee and a bun straight out of the oven to take your trip.

Your fellow travelers will know immediately that you are coming from Frome.

No wonder this great city is increasingly famous for its great food, the Guardian has named it one of the best regions.

A chic bakery near the station can only help this famous reputation.

The Rye Bakery shop is located at Unit One, Station Approach, Frome.

The cafe is in Whittox Lane, Frome.


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